burette

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noun bu·rette \byu̇-ˈret\
variants: or

buret

Definition of burette

  1. :  a graduated glass tube with a small aperture and stopcock for delivering measured quantities of liquid or for measuring the liquid or gas received or discharged

Origin and Etymology of burette

French burette, from Old French bivrete cruet, from buire pitcher, perhaps of Germanic origin; akin to Old English būr storehouse, dwelling — more at bower


First Known Use: 1836


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burette

noun bu·rette
variants: or

buret

\byu̇-ˈret\play

Medical Definition of burette

  1. :  a graduated glass tube with a small aperture and stopcock for delivering measured quantities of liquid or for measuring the liquid or gas received or discharged


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