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triazole Syllabification: tri·a·zole
Pronunciation: /ˈtrīəˌzōl/ /trīˈazôl/

Definition of triazole in English:

noun

Any compound whose molecule contains a ring of three nitrogen and two carbon atoms, in particular each of five isomeric compounds containing such a ring with two double bonds.
Example sentences
  • One fungicide group often discussed for soybean rust management is the triazoles.
  • Itraconazole is a newer triazole medication with a broad antifungal spectrum that includes dermatophytes, many nondermatophytic molds and Candida species.
  • An attractive alternative to amphotericin is the triazole voriconazole.

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