[ loo-koh ]
/ ˈlu koʊ /
a noncolored or slightly colored compound that is produced by reducing a dye and is readily oxidized to regenerate the dye.
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Origin of leuco base
First recorded in 1885–90; independent use of leuco-
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British Dictionary definitions for leuco base
/ (ˈluːkəʊ) /
a colourless compound formed by reducing a dye so that the original dye can be regenerated by oxidation
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