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nitroglycerin

noun ni·tro·glyc·er·in

Definition of NITROGLYCERIN

:  a heavy oily explosive poisonous liquid C3H5N3O9 used chiefly in making dynamites and in medicine as a vasodilator (as in angina pectoris)—called also trinitrin, trinitroglycerin; see nitro-dur, nitrostat

Variants of NITROGLYCERIN

ni·tro·glyc·er·in or ni·tro·glyc·er·ine \ˌnī-trə-ˈglis-(ə-)rən\
March 26, 2015
verdigris Hear it
A green deposit formed on some metals
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