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pancreatic ductnoun [C usually singular]

uk   /ˌpæŋ.kriˌæt.ik ˈdʌkt/ us   /ˌpæŋ.kriˌæt.ik ˈdʌkt/ specialized
in the human body, a tube that runs from the pancreas and joins the bile duct, taking pancreatic juice into the small intestine
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