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 (ăm′ēn′, ă-mēn′)
Any of a class of inorganic coordination compounds of ammonia and a metallic salt.

am′mi·no′ (ăm′ə-nō′, ə-mē′nō) adj.
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(ˈæmɪˌnəʊ; əˈmiːnəʊ)
relating to or characteristic of an ammine
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(ˈæm əˌnoʊ, əˈmi noʊ)

containing or pertaining to an ammine.
[1915–20; ammine + -o-]
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Adj.1.ammino - pertaining to or characteristic of an ammine (an inorganic coordination compound of ammonia and a metallic salt)
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