excipient
Noun

excipient (plural excipients)

  1. (pharmacy) An ingredient that is intentionally added to a drug for purposes other than the therapeutic or diagnostic effect at the intended dosage.
  2. An exceptor.
Related terms Translations Adjective

excipient

  1. Taking an exception.



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