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ce·rate

(sē'rāt),
A rarely used unctuous solid preparation, harder than an ointment, containing sufficient wax to prevent it from melting when applied to the skin.
[L. cera, wax]
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cerate

(sîr′āt′)
n.
A hard, unctuous, fat- or wax-based solid, sometimes medicated, formerly applied to the skin directly or on dressings.
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KIA have just put a diesel engine into a passenger car for the very first time, a 1.5 litre common-rail unit going into the Cerato's hatchback and saloon body style.
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