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titrate

[ tahy-treyt ]
/ ˈtaɪ treɪt /
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Definition of titrate

verb (used with or without object), ti·trat·ed, ti·trat·ing.Chemistry.
to ascertain the quantity of a given constituent by adding a liquid reagent of known strength and measuring the volume necessary to convert the constituent to another form.

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Origin of titrate

First recorded in 1860–65; tit(e)r + -ate1

OTHER WORDS FROM titrate

ti·tra·ta·ble, ti·tra·ble [tahy-truh-buhl], /ˈtaɪ trə bəl/, adjectiveti·tra·tion, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for titrate

titrate
/ (ˈtaɪtreɪt) /

verb
(tr) to measure the volume or concentration of (a solution) by titration

Derived forms of titrate

titratable, adjective

Word Origin for titrate

C19: from French titrer; see titre
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