trimer

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tri- +‎ -mer

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trimer (plural trimers)

  1. (chemistry) A molecule consisting of a chain of three parts, so called monomers. A trimer is formed by joining three identical molecules.

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Etymology[edit]

Uncertain, possibly alteration of Old French trumer (to run), early 18th c.

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trimer

  1. (colloquial) to slave away (to work very hard)
    J’ai trimé toute la journée.
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  2. (dated) to walk for a long time; to tramp

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