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titre

[ tahy-ter, tee- ]

noun

, Chiefly British.
  1. a variant of titer.


titre

/ ˈtaɪtə; ˈtiː- /

noun

    1. the concentration of a solution as determined by titration
    2. the minimum quantity of a solution required to complete a reaction in a titration
  1. the quantity of antibody present in an organism


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Word History and Origins

Origin of titre1

C19: from French titre proportion of gold or silver in an alloy, from Old French title title
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Example Sentences

Some evidence suggests that plasma with higher titres of antibodies are more effective, but more detailed information on how much plasma is needed for different patients would help clinicians, Pirofski says.

Extrait d'un livre Anglais qui a pour titre le Christianisme aussi ancien que le monde.

A secretary, whom a man was obviously interested in, was certainly not out of the running for the post of "Maitresse-en-titre!"

Many take de titre of physician, I'll engage, wid less pretensions.

At p. 48, ‘le clerg, qui donne toujours l'exemple de la servitude, la prchoit aux autres sous le titre d'obissance.’

Il m'expliqua qu'il était fonctionnaire et qu'à ce titre, les règlements le lui interdisaient.

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