[ UK /pˈe‍ɪtəntɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈpætəntɪd/ ]
  1. (of devices and processes) protected by patent
    they are patented inventions
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How To Use patented In A Sentence

  • In 1850 Joy and Edward Wilson patented twin boilers working in parallel within the same casing.
  • He first constructed a horizontal wheel that he named a Danaide, and later devised another, the Vortex Water Wheel, which he patented in July 1850 and which came to be used extensively.
  • In 1867 he patented this material under the name dynamite.
  • Masterful with machinery, he patented several mechanical inventions which had varying degrees of viability.
  • Automatic Rear Pincer Turning : Patented design, easy adjustment on turning angle.
  • In 2004, when Merck's brand of simvastatin, known as Zocor, was about to go off patent, Merck teamed up with Schering-Plough to produce a new patented product called Vytorin, a combination of simvastatin and Zetia. Zetia: Down for the count?
  • If those consumers think the drug industrial monopolists already charge too much for pills and panaceas, just wait until the privately patented and monopolized ‘stem cell cures’ hit the market…
  • Oxfam refutes the argument used by defenders of the WTO agreement that the impact will be minimal in the ‘Third World,’ since most diseases there are long-standing and can be treated using unpatented drugs.
  • Rayosan, patented by Pailthorpe, is made from commercially available chemicals approved by international regulatory bodies.
  • The doctors have patented their invention and say it could soon be available to all air passengers.
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