- Antioxidant is defined as any substance that prevents or repairs the process of oxidation.
An example of something that is described as antioxidant are pomegranates.
- An antioxidant keeps a substance from degrading or decaying by inhibiting the chemical reaction called oxidation, the reaction of substances to exposure to oxygen molecules.
An example of an antioxidant is wax used on a car to prevent rust.
- The definition of an antioxidant is something that prevents or repairs damage that has been done to the body by oxidation.
An example of an antioxidant is Vitamin A.
a substance that slows down the oxidation of hydrocarbons, oils, fats, etc. and thus helps to check deterioration: antioxidants are added to many products, esp. foods and soaps
serving to check oxidation
A substance that inhibits oxidation, especially one, such as vitamin E, vitamin C, or beta carotene, that protects cells from the sometimes damaging effects of oxidation.
- Acting or having agents that act against oxidation.