noun \ˈēˌdəkt\

Definition of educt



  1. :  something that is educed: a chemistry :  a substance separated from material in which it already existed —distinguished from product b :  inference

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Origin and Etymology of educt

Latin eductus, past participle of educere to lead forth, draw out — more at educe

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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