aspirine

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See also: aspirinë

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from German Aspirin, from acetylierte + Spirsäure "acetylated salicylic acid." The second word is from the plant name Spiraea.

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aspirine f (plural aspirines, diminutive aspirientje n)

  1. (pharmacology) aspirin
  2. (by extension) Any tranquilizer

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From acetyl + spiraeic acid (from the Latin plant name Spiraea 'spirea')

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Noun[edit]

aspirine f (plural aspirines)

  1. An aspirin (analgesic drug)

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Noun[edit]

aspirine f

  1. plural of aspirina

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