lactate

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To secrete or produce milk
Any salt or ester of lactic acid
{n} a salt formed by the lactic acid with a base
{i} ester or salt of lactic acid (Chemistry)
{f} produce milk
if a woman or female animal lactates, she produces milk to feed her baby or babies with (past participle of lactare, from lac; LACTIC)
A salt of lactic acid
give suck to; "The wetnurse suckled the infant"; "You cannot nurse your baby in public in some places"
lactate dehydrogenase
Any of a class of enzymes that catalyze the reversible interconversion of pyruvate and lactate, found predominantly in the liver, kidneys, striated muscle, and heart muscle
ethacridine lactate
An aromatic organic compound, 2-ethoxy-6,9-diaminoacridine monolactate monohydrate, based on acridine, used primarily in antiseptics
lactation
The process of providing the milk to the young; breastfeeding
lactation
The period of time that a mother lactates to feed her young; lactation period
lactation
The secretion of milk from the mammary gland of a female mammal
magnesium lactate
The magnesium salt of lactic acid; sometimes used as a buffer of a food additive
sodium lactate
The sodium salt of lactic acid; used as a food additive and ingredient in lotions etc
lactation
the secretion of milk
calcium lactate
a white crystalline salt made by the action of lactic acid on calcium carbonate; used in foods (as a baking powder) and given medically as a source of calcium
lactated
past of lactate
lactates
plural of lactate
lactating
producing or secreting milk; "a wet nurse"; "a wet cow"; "lactating cows"
lactation
feeding an infant by giving suck at the breast
lactation
A giving suck; the secretion and yielding of milk by the mammary gland
lactation
the production and secretion of milk by the mammary glands
lactation
the production and secretion of milk by the mammary glands the period following birth during which milk is secreted; "lactation normally continues until weaning
lactation
milk production
lactation
{i} production of milk, secretion of milk; period of time during which a mother produces milk
lactation
Lactation is the production of milk by women and female mammals during the period after they give birth. the production of milk by a woman or female animal. Production of milk by female mammals after giving birth. The milk is discharged by the mammary glands in the breasts. Hormones triggered by delivery of the placenta and by nursing stimulate milk production. Colostrum (milk that the mother produces in the first few days after giving birth) has more proteins, minerals, and antibodies and fewer calories and fats than the mature milk that develops later. Mature milk supplies nutrients, hormones, and substances that provide the infant with immunity against infectious agents. Most physicians recommend that babies be fed mother's milk exclusively for the first six months and that nursing continue through the first year. As the child is weaned, lactation tapers off; while nursing continues, fertility is reduced. Problems with lactation may involve hormones, suckling pattern, physical difficulties, or emotional factors. Mothers taking certain drugs or with some diseases (e.g., AIDS) should not nurse, because of risks to the baby
lactation
the period following birth during which milk is secreted; "lactation normally continues until weaning"
lactation
The secretion of milk by the breasts
lactation
The period of time that a mother lactates to feed her young
lactation
Secretion of milk from mammary glands
lactational
{s} of the production of milk, of the secretion of milk; of the period of time during which a mother produces milk
lactational
Of or pertaining to lactation
lactate

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    /ˈlaktāt/ /ˈlækteɪt/

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    [ 'lak-"tAt ] (noun.) circa 1794. From Latin lactātus, perfect passive participle of lactō (“contain milk, give suck”) lac (“milk”), cognate to Ancient Greek γάλα (gala, “milk”).

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