[ ek-rin, -rahyn, -reen ]
/ ˈɛk rɪn, -raɪn, -rin /
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British Dictionary definitions for eccrine
/ (ˈɛkrɪn) /
of or denoting glands that secrete externally, esp the numerous sweat glands on the human bodyCompare apocrine
Word Origin for eccrine
from Greek ekkrinein to secrete, from ek- ec- + krinein to separate
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Medical definitions for eccrine
[ ĕk′rĭn, -rīn′, -rēn′ ]
Relating to an eccrine gland or its secretion, as of sweat.
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