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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of transude.


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  • If, therefore, a part possess a great number of vessels, and particularly if they are superficial, it will be able to furnish an exudation, since the fluid which transudes from the blood conveys the special product of the tissue along with it to the surface.

    The World's Greatest Books — Volume 15 — Science

  • Through the excessively thin walls of the capillaries the fluid part of the blood transudes to nourish the tissues outside the capillaries; at the same time fluid passes from the tissues into the blood.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

  • But the partition between them is so thin that the nutritive fluid easily transudes through it.

    The Evolution of Man — Volume 2

  • The flora was represented by beautiful floating seaweeds, laminariae, and macrocystes, impregnated with the mucilage that transudes through their pores; and among which I gathered an admirable Nemastoma Geliniarois, that was classed among the natural curiosities of the museum.

    Vingt mille lieues sous les mers. English


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