Etymology
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ampul (n.)

1907, "sealed container holding a dose of medicine," from French ampul (1886), from Latin ampulla "flask, vial" (see ampoule). A modern borrowing of the word represented by Middle English ampoule. Related: Ampullaceous.

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Definitions of ampul

ampul (n.)
a small bottle that contains a drug (especially a sealed sterile container for injection by needle);
Synonyms: phial / vial / ampule / ampoule
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