a remedy that relieves or allays pain.
of, relating to, or causing , or the relief of pain.
(analgesic and Antipyretic): 16—32 ♏, pure or with equal parts glycerin or oil.
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of or causing analgesia
a substance that produces analgesia
“tending to remove pain,” 1848, from analgesia + -ic. Alternative form analgetic is preferred by linguistic purists but is less common in use. The noun meaning “an analgesic preparation” recorded by 1860.
analgesic an·al·ge·sic (ān’əl-jē’zĭk, -sĭk)
A medication capable of reducing or eliminating pain. Also called analgetic. adj.
Characterized by analgesia.
A drug used to eliminate pain; a painkiller. Aspirin and acetaminophen are analgesics.
analgesic [(an-l-jee-zik, an-l-jee-sik)]
A drug, such as aspirin, that relieves pain in the body.
see analgesic. analgetic an·al·get·ic (ān’əl-jět’ĭk) n. See analgesic. adj. Having altered pain perception.
the condition or quality of having an ; collectively, the personality traits characteristic of the stage of psychosexual development. anality a·nal·i·ty (ā-nāl’ĭ-tē) n. The psychological state derived from and characteristic of the anal period of psychosexual development.
anallergic anallergic an·al·ler·gic (ān’ə-lûr’jĭk) adj. Not allergic.
. of or relating to a mechanism that represents data by measurement of a continuous physical variable, as voltage or pressure. something having analogy to something else. Biology. an organ or part analogous to another. Chemistry. one of a group of chemical compounds similar in structure but different in respect to elemental composition. a food […]