transude

verb
tran·sude | \tran(t)-ˈsüd, -ˈsyüd;tran-ˈzüd, -ˈzyüd\
transuded; transuding

Definition of transude 

intransitive verb

: to pass through a membrane or permeable substance : exude

transitive verb

: to permit passage of

Examples of transude in a Sentence

sweat was transuding from the pores of his face despite his best efforts to look cool and collected during the interview

First Known Use of transude

1664, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense

History and Etymology for transude

New Latin transudare, from Latin trans- + sudare to sweat — more at sweat

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transude

verb
tran·sude | \tran(t)s-ˈ(y)üd, tranz- \
transuded; transuding

Medical Definition of transude 

intransitive verb

: to pass through a membrane or permeable substance

transitive verb

: to permit passage of

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