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saccharide

noun sac·cha·ride \ˈsa-kə-ˌrīd\

Definition of SACCHARIDE

:  a monosaccharide sugar or combination of sugars :  carbohydrate

First Known Use of SACCHARIDE

1895
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saccharide

noun sac·cha·ride \ˈsak-ə-ˌrīd also -rəd\

Medical Definition of SACCHARIDE

:  a simple sugar, combination of sugars, or polymerized sugar—see disaccharide, monosaccharide, oligosaccharide, polysaccharide, trisaccharide

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