transudate

noun
tran·​su·​date | \ ˈtran(t)-sü-ˌdāt , -syü-; ˈtran-zü-, -zyü- \

Definition of transudate

: a transuded substance

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1876, in the meaning defined above

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transudate

noun
tran·​su·​date | \ ˌtran(t)s-ˈ(y)üd-ət , ˌtranz- , -ˌāt; ˈtran(t)s-(y)u̇-ˌdāt , ˈtranz-\

Medical Definition of transudate

: a transuded substance

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