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Alkaloids

An alkaloid is an organic compound of the nitrogen type produced by certain plants. These compounds generate physiological effects of different kinds, which constitute the basis of drugs such as cocaine and morphine. Alkaloids are secondary metabolites of vegetables that are synthesized by amino acids.
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Cleavage

The term cleavage is not part of the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE). It is an anglicism: a turn of English that is used in our language with reference to a segmentation, a break or a dissociation. In the field of psychology, it is called cleavage to a defense mechanism that is linked to an emotional dissociation and involves separating the contradictory properties that are attributed to an object.
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Dentition

The etymological origin of dentition is found in the Latin word dentitio. The term allows to name the process of straightening (when the teeth begin to emerge). Dentition is also called the period in which the teeth appear in the mouth. For example: "My baby is a little upset because he began his dentition", "Some professionals say that pacifiers can affect the normal dentition of children", " Calcium is important in teething. ”
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High school

The term preparatory, which comes from the Latin praeparatorius, is used to refer to what allows the arrangement or preparation of a thing. A preparatory action, therefore, serves for something to improve its form or state and be ready to fulfill its objective. For example: "The preparatory stage will be completed with a friendly against the Chinese team", "Tomorrow will take place the preparatory hearing for the crime of the bridge", "The House of Culture became the scene of a preparatory meeting with overlooking the next Congress of the Language ”.
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Cachivache

The Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) recognizes three meanings of the term cachivache. Pejoratively, it may refer to an object that is useless or broken, or to an unusual or odd-looking instrument or utensil. For example: "What are these cachivaches for?"
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Fugitive

In Latin it is where we find the etymological origin of the term "fugitive" that now concerns us. Specifically, it derives from "profugus", which can be translated as "he who flees justice." It is a Latin word that is the result of the sum of two differentiated parts: -The prefix "pro-", which is equivalent to "forward".
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