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dep·u·rate

 (dĕp′yə-rāt′)
tr. & intr.v. dep·u·rat·ed, dep·u·rat·ing, dep·u·rates
To cleanse or purify or become cleansed or purified.

[Medieval Latin dēpūrāre, dēpūrāt- : Latin dē-, de- + Latin pūrus, pure; see peuə- in Indo-European roots.]

dep′u·ra′tion n.
dep′u·ra′tor n.

depurate

(ˈdɛpjʊˌreɪt)
vb
1. to cleanse or purify or to be cleansed or purified
2. (Physiology) obsolete to promote the elimination of waste products from (the body)
[C17: from Medieval Latin dēpūrāre, from Latin de- + pūrāre to purify; see pure]
ˌdepuˈration n
ˈdepuˌrator n

depurate


Past participle: depurated
Gerund: depurating

Imperative
depurate
depurate
Present
I depurate
you depurate
he/she/it depurates
we depurate
you depurate
they depurate
Preterite
I depurated
you depurated
he/she/it depurated
we depurated
you depurated
they depurated
Present Continuous
I am depurating
you are depurating
he/she/it is depurating
we are depurating
you are depurating
they are depurating
Present Perfect
I have depurated
you have depurated
he/she/it has depurated
we have depurated
you have depurated
they have depurated
Past Continuous
I was depurating
you were depurating
he/she/it was depurating
we were depurating
you were depurating
they were depurating
Past Perfect
I had depurated
you had depurated
he/she/it had depurated
we had depurated
you had depurated
they had depurated
Future
I will depurate
you will depurate
he/she/it will depurate
we will depurate
you will depurate
they will depurate
Future Perfect
I will have depurated
you will have depurated
he/she/it will have depurated
we will have depurated
you will have depurated
they will have depurated
Future Continuous
I will be depurating
you will be depurating
he/she/it will be depurating
we will be depurating
you will be depurating
they will be depurating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been depurating
you have been depurating
he/she/it has been depurating
we have been depurating
you have been depurating
they have been depurating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been depurating
you will have been depurating
he/she/it will have been depurating
we will have been depurating
you will have been depurating
they will have been depurating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been depurating
you had been depurating
he/she/it had been depurating
we had been depurating
you had been depurating
they had been depurating
Conditional
I would depurate
you would depurate
he/she/it would depurate
we would depurate
you would depurate
they would depurate
Past Conditional
I would have depurated
you would have depurated
he/she/it would have depurated
we would have depurated
you would have depurated
they would have depurated
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