1. of or relating to a preparation that gradually releases an active substance (especially a drug) over a period of time
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  • Fertilize hardy geraniums with a time-release fertilizer in spring.
  • It contains green tea and chamomile to soften and brighten puffy eyes, and time-release liposomes to combat fine lines.
  • The time-release system delivers measured vitamin doses throughout the night. Times, Sunday Times
  • The third Indian on the list is a chemical engineer who has devised time-release polymers to replace multiple vaccine injections and boosters.
  • In 1998, the Food and Drug Administration inspected manufacturers who made drugs that relied on time-release beads.
  • A light sprinkling of time-release fertilizer two or three times a year will help keep the plants healthy.
  • Simply put, to compensate for whey's natural defects and still permit speedy protein-synthesizing delivery, whey must be harnessed with a controlled, time-release mechanism.
  • By late 1995, it became clear that oral and catheter-based delivery solutions were not going to achieve the desired effectiveness, but localized, time-release delivery of a product via a stent might.
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