Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A trademark for the drug ciprofloxacin.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun an oral antibiotic (trade name Cipro) used against serious bacterial infections of the skin or respiratory tract or urinary tract or bones or joints

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Examples

  • If we’re dropped on by, like, a crop duster, Cipro is what you’ll need.

    Excerpt: Love Stories in This Town by Amanda Eyre Ward

  • Taking Cipro is very hard on the liver among other body parts and while it's the best thing there is when you need it, it would be better not to need it so much.

    Shamefully Bad Cooking

  • Taking Cipro is very hard on the liver among other body parts and while it's the best thing there is when you need it, it would be better not to need it so much.

    Shamefully Bad Cooking

  • Taking Cipro is very hard on the liver among other body parts and while it's the best thing there is when you need it, it would be better not to need it so much.

    Shamefully Bad Cooking

  • Taking Cipro is very hard on the liver among other body parts and while it's the best thing there is when you need it, it would be better not to need it so much.

    Shamefully Bad Cooking

  • Taking Cipro is very hard on the liver among other body parts and while it's the best thing there is when you need it, it would be better not to need it so much.

    Shamefully Bad Cooking

  • Taking Cipro is very hard on the liver among other body parts and while it's the best thing there is when you need it, it would be better not to need it so much.

    Shamefully Bad Cooking

  • Taking Cipro is very hard on the liver among other body parts and while it's the best thing there is when you need it, it would be better not to need it so much.

    Shamefully Bad Cooking

  • Taking Cipro is very hard on the liver among other body parts and while it's the best thing there is when you need it, it would be better not to need it so much.

    Shamefully Bad Cooking

  • Taking Cipro is very hard on the liver among other body parts and while it's the best thing there is when you need it, it would be better not to need it so much.

    Shamefully Bad Cooking

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