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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.
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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
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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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