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cannular

or ca·nu·lar

[ kan-yuh-ler ]
/ ˈkæn yə lər /
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adjective
shaped like a cannula; tubular.
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Also can·nu·late, ca·nu·late [kan-yuh-leyt, ‐lit] /ˈkæn yəˌleɪt, ‐lɪt/ .

Origin of cannular

First recorded in 1815–25; cannul(a) + -ar1
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