transudation

or tran·su·date

[ tran-soo-dey-shuhn or tran-soo-deyt ]
/ ˌtræn sʊˈdeɪ ʃən or ˈtræn sʊˌdeɪt /

noun

the act or process of transuding.
a substance that has transuded.

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Origin of transudation

First recorded in 1605–15, transudation is from the New Latin word trānsūdātiōn- (stem of trānsūdātiō). See transude, -ate1, -ion

OTHER WORDS FROM transudation

tran·su·da·tive [tran-soo-duh-tiv], /trænˈsu də tɪv/, tran·su·da·to·ry [tran-soo-duh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee], /trænˈsu dəˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/, adjective
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