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nutritionnoun [U]

us   /nuˈtrɪʃ·ən/
biology the process by which the body takes in and uses food, esp. food that it needs to stay healthy, or the scientific study of this process
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nutritionnoun [U]

uk   /njuːˈtrɪʃ.ən/ us   /nuːˈtrɪʃ.ən/
C1 the substances that you take into your body as food and the way that they influence your health: Good nutrition is essential if patients are to make a quick recovery. improvements in nutrition
the process of taking in and using food, or the scientific study of this: She's a professor of nutrition at Columbia University.
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in Chinese (Simplified) 营养物质, 营养,滋养, 营养(学)…
in Turkish beslenme, besin…
in Russian питание…
in Chinese (Traditional) 營養物質, 營養,滋養, 營養(學)…
in Polish odżywianie…
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