\bɹˈan], \bɹˈan], \b_ɹ_ˈa_n]\
Definitions of BRAN
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The epidermic scales separated from grain by bolting. In the form of unbolted flour, b. is made into bread, which is eaten as a corrective of constipation and for the additional nutriment contained in the b.; by itself, in hot infusion (b. tea) it is used as a demulcent. It is also used for making poultices.
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