predigestion

noun
pre·di·ges·tion | \ˌprē-dī-ˈjes-chən, -ˈjesh-\

Definition of predigestion 

: artificial or natural partial digestion of food enzymatic predigestion microbial predigestion

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1833, in the meaning defined above

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predigestion

noun
pre·di·ges·tion | \-ˈjes(h)-chən \

Medical Definition of predigestion 

: artificial or natural partial digestion of food especially for use in cases of illness or impaired digestion

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