exudation
[ɪɡzjuːˈdeɪʃ(ə)n, ɛɡzjuːˈdeɪʃ(ə)n]
DEFINITION
  1. noun form of exude
exude
[ɪɡˈzjuːd, ɛɡˈzjuːd]
VERB
exudes (third person present) · exuded (past tense) · exuded (past participle) · exuding (present participle)
  1. (with reference to moisture or a smell) discharge or be discharged slowly and steadily.
    "the beetle exudes a caustic liquid" ·
    "slime exudes from the fungus"
    synonyms:
    give off/out · discharge · release · send out · send forth · emit · issue ·
    antonyms:
  2. (of a person) display (an emotion or quality) strongly and openly.
    "Sir Thomas exuded goodwill"
    synonyms:
    emanate · radiate · ooze · give out · give forth · send out · issue · emit ·
    display · show · exhibit · manifest · demonstrate · transmit · breathe · embody · be a/the picture of
    • (of a place) have a strong atmosphere of.
      "the building exudes an air of tranquillity"
Origin
late 16th century: from Latin exsudare, from ex- ‘out’ + sudare ‘to sweat’.
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Laguages Translations
Arabic نتحه
Bangla অভিস্যন্দ
Bosnian (Latin) eksudaciju
Bulgarian ексудация
Cantonese (Traditional) 滲出
Catalan (NOUN)exsudació
Chinese Simplified 渗出
Chinese Traditional 滲出
Croatian eksudaciju
Czech výpotek
Danish udsondring
Dutch afscheiding
Estonian eritis
Finnish tulehdusnesteiden erittymistä
French (NOUN)exsudation
German Exsudation
Greek εξίδρωση
Hindi रसकर
Hungarian váladékképződést
Indonesian pengeluaran
Italian essudazione
Japanese 滲出
Korean 나옴
Latvian eksudāts
Lithuanian eksudato
Maltese exudazzjoni
Polish wysięk
Portuguese (NOUN)exsudação
Querétaro Otomi exudación
Romanian exudat
Russian (NOUN)экссудации
Serbian (Cyrillic) еxудатион
Slovak výpotok
Slovenian eksudat
Spanish (NOUN)exudación
Swedish exsudation
Telugu కొమ్మల్లోని
Turkish reaksiyon
Ukrainian жовчного міхура
Urdu پسیو
Yucatec Maya exudación
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