[ dep-sahyd, -sid ]
/ ˈdɛp saɪd, -sɪd /
any of a group of esters formed from two or more phenol carboxylic acid molecules.
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Origin of depside
1905–10; <Greek déps(ein) to tan, soften + -ide
Words nearby depside
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British Dictionary definitions for depside
/ (ˈdɛpsaɪd, -sɪd) /
any ester formed by the condensation of the carboxyl group of one phenolic carboxylic acid with the hydroxyl group of another, found in plant cells
Word Origin for depside
C20: deps-, from Greek depsein to knead + -ide
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