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sac·cha·rin

 (săk′ər-ĭn)
n.
A white crystalline powder, C7H5NO3S, having a taste about 500 times sweeter than cane sugar, used as a calorie-free sweetener.

saccharin

(ˈsækərɪn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a very sweet white crystalline slightly soluble powder used as a nonfattening sweetener. Formula: C7H5NO3S
[C19: from saccharo- + -in]

sac•cha•rin

(ˈsæk ər ɪn)

n.
a synthetic powder, C7H5NO3S, which in dilute solution is 500 times as sweet as sugar: used as a calorie-free sugar substitute.
[1875–80]

sac·cha·rin

(săk′ər-ĭn)
A white, crystalline powder used as a calorie-free sweetener. It tastes about 500 times sweeter than sugar.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.saccharin - a crystalline substance 500 times sweeter than sugar; used as a calorie-free sweetener
sweetener, sweetening - something added to foods to make them taste sweeter
Translations
سُكَّرين
szacharin

saccharin

saccharine [ˈsækərɪn]
A. Nsacarina f
B. ADJsacarino (fig) (= sentimental) → azucarado, empalagoso

saccharin

[ˈsækərɪn] saccharine nsaccharine f

saccharin(e)

nSa(c)charin nt

saccharin(e)

(ˈsӕkərin) noun
a very sweet substance used instead of sugar.

saccharin

n sacarina
References in periodicals archive ?
ORIGINAL: with carmoisine, aspartame and sodium saccharin
For sweeteners, both Crest and Colgate products use sodium saccharin.
Avoid them whenever possible: Sodium benzoate (prevents yeasts and bacterial growth), sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), sodium propionate (preservative and mold inhibitor), sodium saccharin (saccharin), sodium nitrate/nitrite (preservative that inhibits bacteria), monosodium glutamate (MSG), and sodium caseinate (ingredient in non-dairy creamers, processed meats, and desserts).