Definition of derivate in English:

derivate

Line breaks: der¦iv|ate
Pronunciation: /ˈdɛrɪvət
 
, -eɪt/

noun

Something derived, especially a product obtained chemically from a raw material.
More example sentences
  • Another promising approach is the use of butyric acid derivates such as 4-phenylbutyrate.
  • With a sufficient number of distinct line-cross derivates, increasingly complicated models of gene interaction can be tested.
  • This story caught the attention of several drug companies, who are testing pain-killers based on nicotine derivates.

Origin

late Middle English: from Latin derivat- 'derived', from the verb derivare (see derive).

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