glyc·er·ide /ˈglɪsəˌraɪd/ 名詞
Glyc·er·ide n. Chem. A compound ether (formed from glycerin). Some glycerides exist ready formed as natural fats, others are produced artificially.
n : an ester of glycerol and fatty acids that occurs naturally
as fats and fatty oils; "fresh fats contain glycerides of
fatty acids and very little free acid" [syn: acylglycerol]