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filtrate

 [fil´trāt]
a liquid or gas that has passed through a filter.
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fil·trate

(fil'trāt),
That which has passed through a filter.
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fil·trate

(fil'trāt)
That which has passed through a filter.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

filtrate

The portion of material placed in a filter that passes through.
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Filtrate

The part of filtered material that flows through the filter.
Mentioned in: Fanconi's Syndrome
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