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pharmacology

view main entry for pharmacologynoun [uncountable]  /ˌfɑrməˈkɑlədʒi/ 
American English pronunciation: pharmacologyClick to listen to the pronunciation of pharmacology

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pharmacologically

  /ˌfɑrməkəˈlɑdʒɪkli/  adverb
American English pronunciation: pharmacologicallyClick to listen to the pronunciation of pharmacologically

pharmacological

  /ˌfɑrməkəˈlɑdʒɪk(ə)l/  adjective
American English pronunciation: pharmacologicalClick to listen to the pronunciation of pharmacological

pharmacologist

noun [countable]
pharmacological American English pronunciation: pharmacologicalClick to listen to the pronunciation of pharmacology /ˌfɑrməkəˈlɑdʒɪk(ə)l/  adjectiveWords used to describe medical treatments, appliances and medicines: antenatal, antibacterial, antimalarial, aseptic, bionic, bloodless, broad-spectrum, clear, clinical, combinationpharmacologistpharmacologists noun [countable]InflectionssingularpharmacologistpluralpharmacologistsDoctors and other medical and health specialists: anaesthetist, analyst, anesthesiologist, anesthetist, cardiologist, chiropractor, clinician, consultant, coroner, dermatologist

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