verb (used with or without object), fil·trat·ed, fil·trat·ing.
- filtering operation,
- filthy lucre,
- filtration angle,
- filtration coefficient,
- filtration fraction,
Origin of filtrate
Examples from the Web for filtrated
The oily part is now filtrated through strainers; and the remainder, which is called foots, is again heated, and put into casks.Popular Technology, Vol. I (of 2)|Edward Hazen
When a large quantity of fluid is to be filtrated, the paper is supported by the frame of wood, Pl.Elements of Chemistry,|Antoine Lavoisier
I then added thirty grains of strong quick-lime in exceeding fine powder, shook the mixture well, and filtrated it.
This was not acting, but the flashing of a stream where the sunshine reached to its bed; was filtrated through pure, sweet waters.Jessamine|Marion Harland
The filtrated liquor was highly impregnated with the camphor.
Word Origin for filtrate
1610s, probably a back-formation from filtration. As a noun, from 1846.