Origin of filtrate; from Medieval Latin filtratus, past participle of filtrare ; from filtrum, filter
a filtered liquid
tr. & intr.v.fil·trat·ed, fil·trat·ing, fil·trates
To put or go through a filter.
Material, especially liquid, that has passed through a filter.
Origin of filtrateNew Latin filtrāre, filtrāt-, to filter, from Medieval Latin filtrum, filter; see filter.
- The liquid or solution that has passed through a filter, and which has been separated from the filtride.
(third-person singular simple present filtrates, present participle filtrating, simple past and past participle filtrated)
- To filter.
- flat tire
Compare Late Latin filtrare.