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relaxant

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adjective re·lax·ant \ri-ˈlak-sənt\

Definition of relaxant

  1. :  of, relating to, or producing relaxation <an anesthetic and relaxant agent>



1771

First Known Use of relaxant

1771


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relaxant

noun re·lax·ant

Simple Definition of relaxant

  • : a substance (such as a drug) that relaxes you, your muscles, etc.

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of relaxant

  1. :  a substance (as a drug) that relaxes; specifically :  one that relieves muscular tension

Circa 1847

First Known Use of relaxant

circa 1847


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relaxant

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adjective re·lax·ant \ri-ˈlak-sənt\

Medical Definition of relaxant

  1. :  of, relating to, or producing relaxation <an anesthetic and relaxant agent>




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relaxant

noun re·lax·ant

Medical Definition of relaxant

  1. :  a substance (as a drug) that relaxes; specifically :  one that relieves muscular tension





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