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Any of several organic compounds containing phosphate, some of which are used as fertilizers and pesticides.
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(Elements & Compounds) any of a group of organic compounds containing phosphate groups and used as a pesticide
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or•ga•no•phos•phate(ˌɔr gə noʊˈfɒs feɪt, ɔrˌgæn ə-)
any of a variety of organic compounds that contain phosphorus and often have intense neurotoxic activity.
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|Noun||1.||organophosphate - an insecticide that interferes with an insect's nervous system|
chlorpyrifos - a common organophosphate insecticide
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organophosphate[ɔːˌgənəʊˈfɒsfeɪt] N → organofosfato m
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organophosphate[ɔːrˌgænəʊˈfɒsfeɪt] n → organophosphoré morgan transplant n → greffe f d'organe
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n → Organophosphat nt
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