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rodenticide

(rōdĕn`tĭsīd'): see pesticidepesticide,
biological, physical, or chemical agent used to kill plants or animals that are harmful to people; in practice, the term pesticide is often applied only to chemical agents.
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rodenticide

[rō′den·tə‚sīd]
(materials)
A chemical agent used to kill rodents.
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