adjective esoph·a·ge·an \ə̇¦säfə¦jēən, e¦s-, ¦ēˌs- sometimes ¦ēsə¦faj(ē)ən\
variants: less commonly


\ə̇¦säfə¦jēən, e¦s-, ¦ēˌs- sometimes ¦ēsə¦faj(ē)ən\

Definition of esophagean

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Origin and Etymology of esophagean

New Latin esophagus, oesophagus + English -ean

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a trip made at another's expense

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