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- n. a fat or oil, almost exclusively from vegetable sources, containing a high proportion of polyunsaturated fatty acids; will typically be liquid at room temperature
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- n. a class of fats having long carbon chains with many double bonds unsaturated with hydrogen atoms; used in some margarines; supposedly associated with low blood cholesterol
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