verb (used with object), pi·pet·ted, pi·pet·ting.
Examples from the Web for pipettes
Place the box with the pipettes in the incubator and set the signal clock to ring at 15 minutes (or start the stop watch).
While Nadia controlled her impatience as best she could, Stevens manipulated the bulbs and pipettes of the gas apparatus.Spacehounds of IPC|Edward Elmer Smith
Open the case containing the pipettes, grasp one by the plugged end, remove it from the case, and replace the lid of the latter.
Pipettes and burettes are graduated to deliver the quantities specified.A Textbook of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.|Cornelius Beringer and John Jacob Beringer
Place the pipettes in a convenient receptacle, filled with water to which soap powder has been added.
British Dictionary definitions for pipettes
Word Origin for pipette
Word Origin and History for pipettes
also pipet, 1818, from French pipette, from Middle French pipette "tube," diminutive of Old French pipe, from Vulgar Latin *pipa (see pipe (n.1)).