Depuration

• (n.) The act or process of depurating or freeing from foreign or impure matter, as a liquid or wound.
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Depuration

Dep`u·ra'tion noun [ Confer French dépuration .] The act or process of depurating or freeing from foreign or impure matter, as a liquid or wound.
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depuration

Purification; removal of waste products or foul excretions. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Depuration

The process of removing pathogens from shellfish by keeping them in clean water for a period of time prior to sale.
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Depuration

The process of removing pathogens from shellfish by keeping them in clean water for a period of time prior to sale.
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Depuration

To free from impurities, purify.
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depuration

Type: Term Pronunciation: dep′yū-rā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Purification; removal of waste products or foul excretions.
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