The definition of milk is a white or yellowish liquid that comes out of the nipples of mammals to feed their babies, or the liquid of various plants and fruits.(noun)
Milk is defined as to remove, obtain or pull out.(verb)
An example of milk is a woman telling a man she loves him to get what she wants.
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Origin: ME < OE meolc, akin to ON mjolk, Ger milch < IE base *melĝ-, to stroke, press out, wipe off, hence to milk (an animal) > Gr amelgein, L mulgere, to milk
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Origin: Middle English
Origin: , from Old English milc; see melg- in Indo-European roots.
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any substance that stimulates the production and flow of milk. —galactopoietic, adj.
an instrument for measuring the richness of milk from its specific gravity. Also called galactometer.
an instrument for measuring the opacity of milk so that its cream content can be determined.
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