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citrin

[ si-trin ]
/ ˈsɪ trɪn /
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noun Biochemistry.
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Origin of citrin

1935–40; <German Citrin;see citrus, -in2
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How to use citrin in a sentence

  • Citrin quizzes her grandfather on political issues: “Do you like your Medicare?”

    The New Great Schlep|Mira Sucharov|October 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
  • As for the issue of Israel, Citrin explains to her Zeyde, the “flyers” distributed by “liars” are “lashon horah”—evil gossip.

    The New Great Schlep|Mira Sucharov|October 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST

British Dictionary definitions for citrin

citrin
/ (ˈsɪtrɪn) /

noun
another name for vitamin P
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