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vasodilator

vasodilator

noun va·so·di·la·tor \-dī-ˈlā-tər, -ˈdī-ˌlā-\

Definition of VASODILATOR

:  an agent (as a parasympathetic nerve fiber or a drug) that induces or initiates vasodilation

First Known Use of VASODILATOR

1881

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