eluate

noun
el·u·ate | \ˈel-yə-wət, -ˌwāt;-yü-ət, -ˌāt\

Definition of eluate 

: the washings obtained by eluting

First Known Use of eluate

1932, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for eluate

Latin eluere + English -ate entry 1

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eluate

noun
el·u·ate | \ˈel-yə-wət, -ˌwāt \

Medical Definition of eluate 

: the washings obtained by eluting

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