transude


tran·sude

verb \tran(t)-ˈsüd, -ˈsyüd; tran-ˈzüd, -ˈzyüd\
tran·sud·edtran·sud·ing

Definition of TRANSUDE

intransitive verb
:  to pass through a membrane or permeable substance :  exude
transitive verb
:  to permit passage of

Examples of TRANSUDE

  1. <sweat was transuding from the pores of his face despite his best efforts to look cool and collected during the interview>

Origin of TRANSUDE

New Latin transudare, from Latin trans- + sudare to sweat — more at sweat
First Known Use: 1664

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