tracer


tracer
n.
inquiry

(esp. AE)

1) to put out, send out a tracer on

tracer bullet

2) to fire a tracer

substance used to follow a reaction in the body

(med.)

3) to inject, introduce a tracer (into the body)

4) to scan (for) a tracer

5) a radioactive tracer

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['treɪsə]
send out a tracer on
introduce a tracer (into the body)
['inquiry'] (esp. AE) to put out
['substance used to follow a reaction in the body'] (med.) to inject
['tracer bullet'] to fire a tracer
a radioactive tracer
to scan (for) a tracer

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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