Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A substance that destroys mites.

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  • noun Any substance which kills acarids

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  • noun a chemical agent used to kill mites

Etymologies

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acarid +‎ -cide (“killer”)

Examples

  • Vita researches, develops, manufactures and markets acaricide products and is the world's dominant supplier of honeybee health products to the honey and pollination industries.

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  • Vita researches, develops, manufactures and markets acaricide products and is the world's dominant supplier of honeybee health products to the honey and pollination industries.

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  • The acaricide most commonly recommended at present, benzyl benzoate, is not safe for homes with crawling infants and toddlers.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • A method for killing mites and reducing allergens that is often recommended consists of the application of a tannic acid solution, i n combination with an acaricide, to carpets and furniture at regular intervals.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • A method for killing mites and reducing allergens that is often recommended consists of the application of a tannic acid solution, i n combination with an acaricide, to carpets and furniture at regular intervals.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • The acaricide most commonly recommended at present, benzyl benzoate, is not safe for homes with crawling infants and toddlers.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • A method for killing mites and reducing allergens that is often recommended consists of the application of a tannic acid solution, i n combination with an acaricide, to carpets and furniture at regular intervals.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • The acaricide most commonly recommended at present, benzyl benzoate, is not safe for homes with crawling infants and toddlers.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • The acaricide most commonly recommended at present, benzyl benzoate, is not safe for homes with crawling infants and toddlers.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • A method for killing mites and reducing allergens that is often recommended consists of the application of a tannic acid solution, i n combination with an acaricide, to carpets and furniture at regular intervals.

    HOME COMFORTS

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