One entry found for saccharin.
Main Entry: sac·cha·rin
Pronunciation: primarystresssak-(schwa-)rschwan
Function: noun
Etymology: derived from Latin saccharum "sugar," from Greek sakcharon "sugar"; of Sanskrit origin
: a very sweet white substance that is used as a calorie-free sweetener


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