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cellule

[sel-yool] /ˈsɛl yul/
noun
1.
a minute cell.
Origin of cellule
1645-1655
First recorded in 1645-55, cellule is from the Latin word cellula small room. See cell1, -ule
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cellule

/ˈsɛljuːl/
noun
1.
a very small cell
Word Origin
C17: from Latin cellula, diminutive of cellacell1
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cellule in Medicine

cellule cel·lule (sěl'yōōl)
n.
A small cell.

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