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ex·trav·a·sate

 (ĭk-străv′ə-sāt′)
v. ex·trav·a·sat·ed, ex·trav·a·sat·ing, ex·trav·a·sates
v.tr.
1. Medicine To force the flow of (blood or lymph) from a vessel out into surrounding tissue.
2. Geology To cause (molten lava) to pour forth from a volcanic vent.
v.intr.
1. Medicine To exude from a vessel into surrounding tissue.
2. Geology To erupt.


ex·trav′a·sa′tion n.

extravasate

(ɪkˈstrævəˌseɪt)
vb
1. (Pathology) pathol to cause (blood or lymph) to escape or (of blood or lymph) to escape into the surrounding tissues from their proper vessels
2. (Geological Science) to exude (molten material, such as lava) or (of molten material) to be exuded
n
(Pathology) pathol the material extravasated
[C17: from Latin extra- + vās vessel]

ex•trav•a•sate

(ɪkˈstræv əˌseɪt)

v. -sat•ed, -sat•ing,
n. v.t.
1. to force out, as blood, from the proper vessels, esp. so as to diffuse through the surrounding tissues.
v.i.
2. to become extravasated.
n.
3. Also, ex•trav`a•sa′tion. extravasated material.
[1655–65; extra- + vas + -ate1]

extravasate


Past participle: extravasated
Gerund: extravasating

Imperative
extravasate
extravasate
Present
I extravasate
you extravasate
he/she/it extravasates
we extravasate
you extravasate
they extravasate
Preterite
I extravasated
you extravasated
he/she/it extravasated
we extravasated
you extravasated
they extravasated
Present Continuous
I am extravasating
you are extravasating
he/she/it is extravasating
we are extravasating
you are extravasating
they are extravasating
Present Perfect
I have extravasated
you have extravasated
he/she/it has extravasated
we have extravasated
you have extravasated
they have extravasated
Past Continuous
I was extravasating
you were extravasating
he/she/it was extravasating
we were extravasating
you were extravasating
they were extravasating
Past Perfect
I had extravasated
you had extravasated
he/she/it had extravasated
we had extravasated
you had extravasated
they had extravasated
Future
I will extravasate
you will extravasate
he/she/it will extravasate
we will extravasate
you will extravasate
they will extravasate
Future Perfect
I will have extravasated
you will have extravasated
he/she/it will have extravasated
we will have extravasated
you will have extravasated
they will have extravasated
Future Continuous
I will be extravasating
you will be extravasating
he/she/it will be extravasating
we will be extravasating
you will be extravasating
they will be extravasating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been extravasating
you have been extravasating
he/she/it has been extravasating
we have been extravasating
you have been extravasating
they have been extravasating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been extravasating
you will have been extravasating
he/she/it will have been extravasating
we will have been extravasating
you will have been extravasating
they will have been extravasating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been extravasating
you had been extravasating
he/she/it had been extravasating
we had been extravasating
you had been extravasating
they had been extravasating
Conditional
I would extravasate
you would extravasate
he/she/it would extravasate
we would extravasate
you would extravasate
they would extravasate
Past Conditional
I would have extravasated
you would have extravasated
he/she/it would have extravasated
we would have extravasated
you would have extravasated
they would have extravasated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.extravasate - force out or cause to escape from a proper vessel or channel
squirt, eject, force out, squeeze out - cause to come out in a squirt; "the boy squirted water at his little sister"
2.extravasate - become active and spew forth lava and rocksextravasate - become active and spew forth lava and rocks; "Vesuvius erupts once in a while"
explode, burst - burst outward, usually with noise; "The champagne bottle exploded"
3.extravasate - geology: cause molten material, such as lava, to pour forth
exudate, exude, ooze out, transude, ooze - release (a liquid) in drops or small quantities; "exude sweat through the pores"

extravasate

verb
Geology. To send forth (confined matter) violently:
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