noun in·trait \ˈin‧ˌtrā, ˈan‧-\

Definition of intrait

  1. :  one of a class of extracts prepared from plants in which the enzymes are killed before drying

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Origin and Etymology of intrait

French, from in- 2in- + -trait (as in extrait extract, from Middle French, from past participle of extraire to extract, from Latin extrahere) — more at extract

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