cyanoacrylate

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cy·a·no·ac·ry·late

 (sī′ə-nō-ăk′rə-lāt′, sī-ăn′ō-)
n.
An adhesive substance with an acrylate base that is used in industry and medicine.
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cyanoacrylate

(ˌsaɪənəʊˈækrɪleɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a substance with an acrylate base, usually sold in the form of a quick-setting highly adhesive glue
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cy•a•no•ac•ry•late

(ˌsaɪ ə noʊˈæk rəˌleɪt, -lɪt, saɪˌæn oʊ-)
n.
any of several colorless liquid acrylate monomers used as a powerful, fast-acting adhesive.
[1960–65]
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Translations
cianoacrilato
cianoacrilato
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