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waste product

n.
An unusable or unwanted substance or material produced during or as a result of a process, such as metabolism or manufacturing.

waste product

Any of the metabolic by-products that would be harmful if allowed to accumulate and are removed from the body by elimination. Carbon dioxide is exhaled from the lungs; undigested food and bile pigments are eliminated by the colon. The kidneys form urine and excrete nitrogenous wastes (such as urea and creatinine) and excess amounts of minerals (such as sodium chloride).
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