agglutinative


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ag·glu·ti·na·tive

(ă-glū'ti-nă-tiv),
Causing, or able to cause, agglutination.

agglutinative

adjective
(1) Referring to aggregation.
(2) referring to agglutination.

ag·glu·ti·na·tive

(ă-glū'ti-nă-tiv)
Causing, or able to cause, agglutination.

agglutinative

(ă-gloot′ĭn-ā″tiv, -ă-tiv)
Causing or capable of causing agglutination.
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