Complete Definition of "excrete"

English

Etymology
From Latin excernere, from ex-, "out", and cernere, "to separate".

Pronunciation
:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-iːt|-iːt

Verb
en-verb|excret|ing

  1. context|of an organism to discharge from the system.

Derived terms
excrement
excreta
excrescent
excretion
excretory

Translations
trans-top|to discharge from the system
Chinese: 排泄 (páixiè)
Czech: vyloučit
Dutch: afscheiden
French: excréter
German: ausscheiden (1)
Greek: εκκρίνει (ekkríni)
trans-mid
Italian: espellere
Japanese: 排泄する (はいせつする, haisetsusuru)
Romanian: a excreta, a elimina
Russian: выделять (vydelyát’)
Spanish: excretar
trans-bottom

Category:Bodily fluids

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