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[Summary]inhibit Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary inhibit 1.2 Pronunciation 1.3.2 Derived terms 1.3.3 Related terms 1.3.4 Translations English[edit] Etymology[edit] From Latin inhibitus, perfect passive participle of inhibeō ("I hold in, check, res

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inhibit Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Inhibits

inhibit

1.2 Pronunciation

1.3.2 Derived terms

1.3.3 Related terms

1.3.4 Translations

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin inhibitus, perfect passive participle of inhibeō (“I hold in, check, restrain”), from in (“in, at, on”), + habeō (“I have, hold, keep”).

Pronunciation[edit]

Rhymes: -ɪbɪt

inhibit (third-person singular simple present inhibits, present participle inhibiting, simple past and past participle inhibited)

Inhibitor

Inhibitor or inhibition may refer to:

1 In biology

2 In chemistry

3 In psychology

4 In popular culture

In biology[edit]

Enzyme inhibitor, a substance that binds to an enzyme and decreases the enzyme's activity

Reuptake inhibitor, a substance that increases neurotransmission by blocking the reuptake of a neurotransmitter

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