1. anticorpus
    • Soc. Lat.
    • Helf.
    • Lev., antiswma (Mod. Gr.). '1955 <em>Sci. News Let.</em> 8 Jan. 19/2: Antibodies are the substances formed in the body to fight off invading disease germs ... a different kind of antibody being formed for each different kind of disease germ' (from OED).


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