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tran·sude

 (trăn-so͞od′, -syo͞od′, -zo͞od′, -zyo͞od′)
intr.v. tran·sud·ed, tran·sud·ing, tran·sudes
To pass through pores or interstices in the manner of perspiration.

[New Latin trānsūdāre : Latin trāns-, trans- + Latin sūdāre, to sweat; see sweid- in Indo-European roots.]

tran·su′da·to′ry (trăn-so͞o′də-tôr′ē, -syo͞o′-) adj.

transude

(trænˈsjuːd)
vb
(of a fluid) to ooze or pass through interstices, pores, or small holes
[C17: from New Latin transūdāre, from Latin trans- + sūdāre to sweat]
transudation n
tranˈsudatory adj

tran•sude

(trænˈsud)

v.i. -sud•ed, -sud•ing.
to pass or ooze through pores or interstices, as a fluid.
[1655–65; < New Latin trānsūdāre= Latin trāns- trans- + sūdāre to sweat]

transude


Past participle: transuded
Gerund: transuding

Imperative
transude
transude
Present
I transude
you transude
he/she/it transudes
we transude
you transude
they transude
Preterite
I transuded
you transuded
he/she/it transuded
we transuded
you transuded
they transuded
Present Continuous
I am transuding
you are transuding
he/she/it is transuding
we are transuding
you are transuding
they are transuding
Present Perfect
I have transuded
you have transuded
he/she/it has transuded
we have transuded
you have transuded
they have transuded
Past Continuous
I was transuding
you were transuding
he/she/it was transuding
we were transuding
you were transuding
they were transuding
Past Perfect
I had transuded
you had transuded
he/she/it had transuded
we had transuded
you had transuded
they had transuded
Future
I will transude
you will transude
he/she/it will transude
we will transude
you will transude
they will transude
Future Perfect
I will have transuded
you will have transuded
he/she/it will have transuded
we will have transuded
you will have transuded
they will have transuded
Future Continuous
I will be transuding
you will be transuding
he/she/it will be transuding
we will be transuding
you will be transuding
they will be transuding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been transuding
you have been transuding
he/she/it has been transuding
we have been transuding
you have been transuding
they have been transuding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been transuding
you will have been transuding
he/she/it will have been transuding
we will have been transuding
you will have been transuding
they will have been transuding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been transuding
you had been transuding
he/she/it had been transuding
we had been transuding
you had been transuding
they had been transuding
Conditional
I would transude
you would transude
he/she/it would transude
we would transude
you would transude
they would transude
Past Conditional
I would have transuded
you would have transuded
he/she/it would have transuded
we would have transuded
you would have transuded
they would have transuded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.transude - release (a liquid) in drops or small quantities; "exude sweat through the pores"
distil, distill - give off (a liquid); "The doctor distilled a few drops of disinfectant onto the wound"
reek, fume - be wet with sweat or blood, as of one's face
transpire - give off (water) through the skin
extravasate - geology: cause molten material, such as lava, to pour forth
stream - exude profusely; "She was streaming with sweat"; "His nose streamed blood"
gum - exude or form gum; "these trees gum in the Spring"
secrete, release - generate and separate from cells or bodily fluids; "secrete digestive juices"; "release a hormone into the blood stream"
egest, excrete, eliminate, pass - eliminate from the body; "Pass a kidney stone"
froth - exude or expel foam; "the angry man was frothing at the mouth"

transude

verb
To flow or leak out or emit something slowly:
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