allicin /ˈalɪsɪn/

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I. noun [ mass noun]

1.
[Chemistry] a pungent oily liquid with antibacterial properties, present in garlic.

●Chem. formula: (C3H5S)2O.
– origin 1940s: from Latin allium ‘garlic’ + -in1.

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