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Definition antidote

Etymology

From Latin antidotum, from Ancient Greek ἀντίδοτον (antídoton), neuter of ἀντίδοτος (antídotos, “given as a remedy for”), from ἀντιδίδωμι (antidídōmi, “I give in return, repay”), from ἀντί (antí, “against”) + δίδωμι (dídōmi, “I give”). Compare French antidote.

Noun

antidote (plural antidotes)

  1. A remedy to counteract the effects of poison (often followed by "against," "for," or "to").
  2. (figuratively) Something that counteracts or prevents something harmful.

Verb

antidote (third-person singular simple present antidotes, present participle antidoting, simple past and past participle antidoted)

  1. (transitive) To counteract as an antidote.

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