English to Tajik Meaning :: antacid

Antacid :
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Noun(1) an agent that counteracts or neutralizes acidity (especially in the stomach
Adjective(1) acting to neutralize acid (especially in the stomach

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(1) The Pharmacy stocks a number of antacid preparations.(2) Of course over-the-counter antacid pills (cimtidine and ranitidine) are available, but I really prefer to avoid possible side-effects they may cause.(3) This effect, called effervescence, is found in many commercial antacid products which use sodium carbonate as an active ingredient.(4) Examples of antacid brands include Rennies and Gaviscon.(5) Doctors gave him a variety of medication including antacid tablets for suspected indigestion and over-the-counter painkillers.(6) For example, antacids , antibiotics, and oral contraceptives alter your body's absorption of several B vitamins.(7) Acidity may cause mouth ulcers and it is easily diagnosed and treated with antacids .(8) If antacids don't work, or if large quantities of antacid are needed to be effective, a pharmacist may recommend a more powerful medication.(9) These familiar antacids were medicine chest staples.(10) This medicine contains antacids that can keep other medicines from working properly if the 2 medicines are taken too close together.
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