English - Turkish

  1. İlaçların bilemişini ve hazırlanma usullerini bildiren kitap
  2. Eczanede bulunan ilaçların bütünü
  3. ilâçların bileşimini ve hazırlanma usullerini anlatan kitap
  4. farmakope
  5. ilaçlar kitabı
  6. ilaç katalog
  7. ilaç kılavuzu/kitabı
  8. belli standartlara göre ilaç hazırlama formülleri ve yöntemlerini içeren resmi kitap Diş Hekimliği
  9. bir eczanede bulunan ilâçların toplamı
  10. kodeks Tıp (pharmacopeia)

English - English

  1. An official book describing medicines or other pharmacological substances, especially their use, preparation, and regulation
  2. A collection of drugs
  3. Authorized treatise on drugs or dietary supplement and their preparation, especially a book containing formulas and information that provides a standard for preparation and dispensation
  4. Official compilation of medicinal substances and/or articles with descriptions, tests and formulas for preparing them, selected by a recognized authority The pharmacopoeia issued for a country is the legal standard of that nation Also spelled pharmacopoeia See official compendium
  5. A pharmacopoeia is an official book that lists all the drugs that can be used to treat people in a particular country, and describes how to use them. an official book giving information about medicines (pharmakopoiia , from pharmakon ( PHARMACY) + poiein )
  6. 藥典
  7. book containing detailed information about medications (i.e. formulas, preparation instructions, etc.); supply of various drugs isim (pharmacopeia)
  8. A collection or stock of drugs (pharmacopeia)
  9. (pharmacology) a book containing a compilation of pharmaceutical products with their formulas and methods of preparation (pharmacopeia)
  10. An official or standard list of medicinal drugs, usually in a book, together with details of their preparation, formulation and use (pharmacopeia)
  11. plural of pharmacopeia (pharmacopeias)
  12. plural of pharmacopoeia (pharmacopoeias)

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    Etymology: (noun.) 1621. From French pharmacopée and post-classical Latin pharmacopoeia, from Hellenistic Ancient Greek φαρμακοποιία (pharmakopoiia, “preparation of drugs”).
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