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excrete

verb [I or T] uk   us   /ɪkˈskriːt/ formal
to get rid of material such as solid waste or urine from the body: Most toxins are naturally excreted from the body.
excretion
noun [C or U] uk   us   /-ˈskriː.ʃən/
Excretion is one of several activities common to both plants and animals.
Translations of “excrete”
in Vietnamese bài tiết…
in Spanish excretar…
in Thai ขับถ่ายของเสียออกจากร่างกาย…
in Malaysian mengumuhkan…
in French excréter…
in German ausscheiden…
in Chinese (Traditional) 排泄…
in Indonesian mengeluarkan kotoran…
in Russian выделять…
in Turkish (dışkı, idrar, ter vb.) boşaltmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 排泄…
in Polish wydalać…
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