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noun hy·dan·to·in \hī-ˈdan-tə-wən\

Definition of HYDANTOIN

:  a crystalline weakly acidic imidazole derivative C3H4N2O2 with a sweetish taste that is found in beet juice and used in organic synthesis
:  a derivative of hydantoin (as phenytoin)
March 30, 2015
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