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vitamin
American English: /ˈvaɪdəmən/
British English: /ˈvɪtəmɪn/
, /ˈvʌɪtəmɪn/

Translation of vitamin in Spanish:

noun

  • this cereal contains added vitamins
    este cereal está enriquecido con vitaminas
    (before noun) vitamin content/complex
    contenido (masculine) /complejo (masculine) vitamínico
    vitamin pill o tablet
    Example sentences
    • Not so long ago, most people would not have had an ideal regular intake of vitamin C, a vitamin the human body cannot synthesize.
    • This is due to a lack of thiamine, a vitamin that is essential for the mechanisms by which energy is released from foodstuffs.
    • Other genes, to make the plant synthesise essential amino acids and vitamins, can also be added.

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