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Novocaine

(ˈnəʊvəˌkeɪn)
n
(Pharmacology) a tradename for procaine hydrochloride. See procaine
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No•vo•caine

(ˈnoʊ vəˌkeɪn)
Trademark.
a brand of procaine.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.novocaine - procaine administered as a hydrochloride (trade name Novocain)
Ethocaine, procaine - a white crystalline powder (trade name Ethocaine) administered near nerves as a local anesthetic in dentistry and medicine
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Translations

novocaine

[ˈnəʊvəʊkeɪn] Nnovocaína f
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Novocaine®

nNovokain nt, → Novocain® nt
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novocaine

n. novocaína, anestésico.
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Novocaine

(marca) V. procaine.
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For all but two hundred years of humanity's two hundred thousand years of existence, everybody was poor (Croesus and Louis XIV represented infinitesimal portions of the population; they also lacked antibiotics and novocaine).
Pacheco began injecting them with novocaine before fights, and the ride went on.
An example of a local anesthetic would be the novocaine administered by your dentist.
He quipped that going to a dentist in Milford who didn't use Novocaine, as a young man, helped too: "That gave me a tolerance for pain.''
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Cloves are also "The Original" form of modem day Novocaine and other potent numbing agents along that line.