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secrete

verb /siˈkriːt/
(of a gland or similar organ of the body) to separate (a fluid) from the blood, store it, and give it out
secretar, segregar
The liver secretes bile.
to hide
ocultar, esconder
He secreted the money under his mattress.
secretion /-ʃən/ noun the process of secreting a fluid.
secreción
a substance produced by this process
secreción
Saliva and urine are secretions.
(Definition of secrete from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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