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a brand of diethyltoluamide.
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How to use Deet in a sentence
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Deet to goodness, my opinion is that the world 'ould go on a sight better without 'em.
Deet to goodness, them Irishers have been the plagues of my life ever since I married.'
British Dictionary definitions for Deet
/ (diːt) /
n acronym for
diethyl(meta)toluamide; an insect repellent
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Scientific definitions for Deet
[ dēt ]
A colorless, oily liquid that has a mild odor and is used as an insect repellent. Its chemical name is diethyl toluamide. Chemical formula: C12H17NO.
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