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sarin

sarin

noun sa·rin \ˈsär-ən, ˈser-; zä-ˈrēn\

Definition of SARIN

:  an extremely toxic chemical weapon C4H10FO2P that is used as a lethal nerve gas —called also GB

Origin of SARIN

German
First Known Use: 1951

sarin

noun sa·rin \ˈsär-ən, zä-ˈrēn\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of SARIN

:  an extremely toxic chemical warfare agent C4H10FO2P that is a powerful cholinesterase inhibitor—called also GB

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