per·chlo·ro·eth·y·lene noun \(ˌ)pər-ˌklȯr-ō-ˈe-thə-ˌlēn\
: a colorless nonflammable toxic liquid C2Cl4 used often as a solvent in dry cleaning and for removal of grease from metals
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per·chlo·ro·eth·y·lene noun \ˌpər-ˌklōr-ō-ˈeth-ə-ˌlēn\ (Medical Dictionary)
: a toxic nonflammable carcinogenic liquid C2Cl4 often used as a solvent in dry cleaning and for removal of grease from metals—called also perc, tetrachloroethylene
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