verb (used with object), pi·pet·ted, pi·pet·ting.
Examples from the Web for pipette
Collect a quantity of pleuritic effusion, if such is present, in a pipette for further examination later.
After having washed the tubes and the pipette, with the new solution, we must repeat the experiment upon a fresh gramme of silver.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
There it is allowed to remain, the pipette being shaken from time to time.
Pipette off the clear serum to a clean sterilised test-tube.
Then with a pipette we introduce into the solution, in a regular pattern, a number of drops of liquid coloured with Indian ink.The Mechanism of Life|Stphane Leduc
British Dictionary definitions for pipette
Word Origin for pipette
Word Origin and History for pipette
also pipet, 1818, from French pipette, from Middle French pipette "tube," diminutive of Old French pipe, from Vulgar Latin *pipa (see pipe (n.1)).