aspirate

(as´pĭ-rāt) to withdraw fluid by negative pressure, or suction; see aspiration (def. 3). the fluid withdrawn this way.
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aspirate

[n] - a consonant pronounced with aspiration 2. [v] - remove as if by suction 3. [v] - pronounce with aspiration 4. [v] - suck in air
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Aspirate

• (n.) A mark of aspiration (/) used in Greek; the asper, or rough breathing. • (n.) An elementary sound produced by the breath alone; a surd, or nonvocal consonant; as, f, th in thin, etc. • (a.) Alt. of Aspirated • (v. t.) To pronounce with a breathing, an aspirate, or an h sound; as, we aspirate the words horse and house; to ...
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aspirate

<procedure> The material that is withdrawn with a negative pressure apparatus (syringe). ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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aspirate

noun a consonant pronounced with aspiration
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Aspirate

As'pi·rate (ăs'pĭ*rat), As'pi*ra'ted (-rā'tĕd) adjective [ Latin aspiratus , past participle ] Pronounced with the h sound or with audible breath. « But yet they are not aspirate , i. e., with such an aspiration as h . Holder. ...
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Aspirate

As'pi·rate noun 1. A sound consisting of, or characterized by, a breath like the sound of h ; the breathing h or a character representing such a sound; an aspirated sound. 2. A mark of aspiration used in Greek; the asper, or rough breathing. Bentley. 3. ...
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Aspirate

As'pi·rate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Aspirated ; present participle & verbal noun Aspirating ] [ Latin aspiratus , past participle of aspirare to breathe toward or upon, to add the breathing h ; ...
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Aspirate

Aspirate is a name given to any sound like our h, to the letter h itself, or to any mark of aspiration, as the Greek spiritus asper, or rough breathing ('). Such characters or sounds as the Sanskrit kh, gh, bh, and the Greek ch, th, ph, are called aspirates.
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Aspirate

Aspirate: To suck in. A patient may aspirate for example by accidentally drawing material from the stomach into the lungs. A doctor can aspirate a joint.
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aspirate

Fluid withdrawn from a lump (often a cyst) or a nipple.
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Aspirate

Pull back slightly on syringe plunger to draw fluid back into chamber (checks whether needle has entered blood vessel)
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Aspirate

Remove fluids from a body cavity by suction, typically done to obtain specimens for analysis.
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Aspirate

The process of aspiration.
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ASPIRATE

The removal of fluid from a tissue or cavity by means of a syringe and needle.
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aspirate

the sound h as in English `hat.` Consonant sounds such as the English voiceless stops p, t, and k at the beginning of words (e.g., `pat,` `top,` ... [5 related articles]
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Aspirate

To inhale liquid into the lungs, or to remove liquid from the lungs with a suction device.
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Aspirate

To inhale liquid into the lungs, or to remove liquid from the lungs with a suction device.
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Aspirate

To remove by suction.
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aspirate

Type: Term Pronunciation: as′pi-rāt Definitions: 1. To remove by aspiration. 2. To inhale into the airways foreign particulate material, such as vomitus. 3. Foreign body, food, gastric contents, or fluid, including saliva, which is inhaled.
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