anilide


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an·i·lide

(an'i-līd),
An N-acyl aniline, for example, acetanilide.

anilide

/an·i·lide/ (an´ĭ-līd) any compound formed from aniline by substituting a radical for the hydrogen of NH2.

an·i·lide

(an'i-līd)
An N-acyl aniline; e.g., acetanilide.
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