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caecumnoun [C]

(plural caeca uk   // us   ) UK specialized (US cecum (plural ceca)) uk   us   /ˈsiː.kəm/
the bag-shaped part at the beginning of the large intestine (= lower part of the bowels) where it joins onto the ileum any bag-shaped structure in the body that only has one opening
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