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Topic: FOOD

Date: 1800-1900
Language: Latin
Origin: saccharum 'sugar', from Greek sakcharon, from Sanskrit sarkara 'small stones, sugar'

saccharin

noun
     
sac‧cha‧rin [uncountable]
DF a chemical substance that tastes sweet and is used instead of sugar in drinks
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