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antiaging

or an·ti·age·ing

[ an-tee-ey-jing, an-tahy- ]
/ ˌæn tiˈeɪ dʒɪŋ, ˌæn taɪ- /
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adjective

effective in retarding the effects of aging: Chemists hope to produce an antiaging drug.

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Origin of antiaging

anti- + age (v.) + -ing1
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Medical definitions for antiaging

antiaging
[ ăn′tē-ājĭng, ăn′tī- ]

adj.

Used to delay or lessen the effects of aging, especially on the skin.
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