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superinduce

transitive verb su·per·in·duce \-in-ˈdüs, -ˈdyüs\

Definition of SUPERINDUCE

1
:  to introduce as an addition over or above something already existing
2
su·per·in·duc·tion \-ˈdək-shən\ noun

Origin of SUPERINDUCE

Latin superinducere, from super- + inducere to lead in — more at induce
First Known Use: circa 1555

superinduce

transitive verb su·per·in·duce \ˌsü-pər-in-ˈd(y)üs\   (Medical Dictionary)
su·per·in·ducedsu·per·in·duc·ing

Medical Definition of SUPERINDUCE

:  to increase the rate of formation of (as an enzyme) above the normal
su·per·in·duc·tion \-ˈdək-shən\ noun

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