clavulanic acid (klav-yoo-lan-ik) n. a drug that interferes with the enzymes (penicillinases) that inactivate many penicillin-type antibiotics, such as amoxicillin. Combined with the antibiotic, clavulanic acid can overcome drug resistance.
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