derivate

(redirected from derivates)
Also found in: Legal.
Related to derivates: Financial derivatives, Derivatives market

der·i·vate

 (dĕr′ə-vāt′)
adj.
Derivative.

derivate

(ˈdɛrɪˌveɪt)
n
1. a variant form of derivative
2. (Linguistics) a variant form of derivative
3. (Chemistry) a variant form of derivative
4. (Mathematics) a variant form of derivative
5. (Banking & Finance) a variant form of derivative
6. (Psychoanalysis) a variant form of derivative
adj
derived
vb (tr)
7. archaic to derive (something)
8. (Chemistry) archaic to derive (something)
9. (Mathematics) archaic to derive (something)
Translations
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
In short-time, whey has come a long way from being a by-product to becoming one of the highly sophisticated industries functioning in food/food derivates segment today.
Theoretical work on these derivates reveals exciting new phenomena, but experimentally this field is largely unexplored due to synthesis technique limitations.
Potential investors can use the n-butanol and its derivates to introduce a wide range of coating products for the local, regional and global markets.
PA) has announced that it has appointed a head of flow derivates.
Artemisinin derivates can also inhibit the binding of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) to its receptors and down regulate VEGF receptor expression, with inhibition of the angiogenesis implicated primarily in cerebral malarial dysfunctions (8-9).
The possibility of plummeting demand in the benzene derivates market is expected to be minimal due to a very high number of end-user markets that depend on these derivates.
Polycarbonates are derivates of Bisphenol A and are known for their lightweight, toughness, optical clarity resistance to heat, and electrical resistance.
The Kuwaiti aid offered to Egypt is estimated at USD 4 billion - USD three billion of which will be distributed by USD two billion as an interest-free deposit at the Egypt Central Bank, and a remaining USD one billion offered in the form of petroleum derivates.
The draft plans to combat the smuggling of subsidized oil derivates by penalizing offenders.
ADS offers trading in foreign exchange, bullion and precious metals, derivates and fixed income, as well as investment banking; it trades about $6 billion daily, a figure which could more than quadruple in the next three years, Al Mahmood added.
This finding opens the possibility of using cholesterol derivates in future regenerative medicine, since new dopamine-producing cells created in the laboratory could be used for transplantation to patients with Parkinson's disease.
Potential investors can build on the normal-butanol and its derivates produced by the new joint venture partners, and introduce a wide range of coating products for the local, regional and global markets.