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dialyzate

[ dahy-al-uh-zeyt ]
/ daɪˈæl əˌzeɪt /
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noun (in dialysis)
the remaining, or colloidal, portion of a solution.
the solution or the crystalline material that passes into it through the semipermeable membrane; diffusate.
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Origin of dialyzate

First recorded in 1865–70; dialyze + -ate1
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