absorbefacient


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absorbefacient

 [ab-sor″bĕ-fa´shent]
causing absorption.
absorbent (def. 3).

ab·sor·be·fa·cient

(ab-sōr-bĕ-fā'shŭnt),
1. Causing absorption.
2. Any substance possessing such quality.
[L. ab-sorbeo, to suck in, + facio, to make]

absorbefacient

/ab·sor·be·fa·cient/ (-sor″bĕ-fa´shint)
1. causing or promoting absorption.
2. absorbent (3).

absorbefacient

(əb-zôr′bə-fā′shənt, -sôr′-)
adj.
Inducing or causing absorption.
n.
A medicine or agent that induces absorption.

absorbefacient

[absôr′bifā′shənt]
Etymology: L, absorbere, to suck up, + facere, to make
1 any agent that promotes or enhances absorption.
2 causing or enhancing absorption.

ab·sor·be·fa·cient

(ăb-sōrbĕ-fāshĕnt)
1. Causing absorption.
2. Any substance possessing such quality.
[L. ab-sorbeo, to suck in, + facio, to make]

ab·sor·be·fa·cient

(ăb-sōrbĕ-fāshĕnt)
1. Causing absorption.
2. Any substance possessing such quality.
[L. ab-sorbeo, to suck in, + facio, to make]

absorbefacient (abzôr´bifā´shənt),

adj/n causing absorption, or an agent that promotes absorption.

absorbefacient

1. causing absorption.
2. an agent that promotes absorption.
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