elutriate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To purify, split, or remove (ore, like) by washing, decanting, and deciding.
    • to clean away the less heavy or finer particles of (soil, as an example).
    • To wash or stress away to be able to cleanse; ; to strain down or decant, as a powder which will be divided from weightier particles when you're drawn off with water; to clean, as by washing.
    • To purify, individual, or pull (ore, as an example) by washing, decanting, and settling.
    • to clean away the less heavy or finer particles of (soil, for instance).
    • to scrub or strain completely to be able to cleanse; ; to stress off or decant, as a powder which can be divided from heavier particles by being drawn off with liquid; to clean, as by washing.
  • verb:
    • to decant; to purify something by straining it
    • to separate your lives large and little particles through an upwardly moving existing of fluid or gasoline
    • to decant; to purify some thing by straining it
    • to split up big and tiny particles through an upwardly flowing present of fluid or gas
  • others:
    • To cleanse by washing and straining or decanting; cleanse overall.
    • To purify by washing and straining or decanting; cleanse generally.

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