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sacchar-

sacchar-

combining form

Definition of SACCHAR-

:  sugar <saccharify> <saccharometer>

Variants of SACCHAR-

sacchar- or sacchari- or saccharo-

Origin of SACCHAR-

Latin saccharum, from Greek sakcharon, from Prakrit sakkharā, from Sanskrit śarkarā gravel, sugar

sacchar-

combining form    (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of SACCHAR-

:  sugar <saccharide>

Variants of SACCHAR-

sacchar- or sacchari- or saccharo-

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