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See also: Syringe
syringe (plural syringes)
- A device used for injecting or drawing fluids through a membrane.
- A device consisting of a hypodermic needle, a chamber for containing liquids, and a piston for applying pressure (to inject) or reducing pressure (to draw); a hypodermic syringe.
- Syringe mostly refers specifically to medical devices for injecting drugs into a human body or drawing blood from one (or other human fluids), but the broader definition sees occasional use, particularly in specialized fields.
a device used for injecting or drawing fluids through a membrane
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- (Classical) IPA(key): /syːˈrin.ɡe/, [s̠yːˈɾɪŋɡɛ]
- (Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /siˈrin.d͡ʒe/, [siˈɾin̠ʲd͡ʒɛ]
- Homophone: Sȳringe