[pur-kuh-ley-shuh n] /ˌpɜr kəˈleɪ ʃən/
the act or state of or of being .
Pharmacology. the extraction of the soluble principles of a crude drug by the passage of a suitable liquid through it.
Geology. the slow movement of water through the pores in soil or permeable rock.
1610s, from Latin percolationem (nominative percolatio), noun of action from past participle stem of percolare “to strain through, filter,” from per- “through” (see per) + colare “to strain,” from colum “a strainer” (see colander).
[pur-kuh-ley-ter] /ˈpɜr kəˌleɪ tər/ noun 1. a kind of coffeepot in which boiling water in a repeated process is forced up a hollow stem, filters down through ground coffee in a sievelike container, and returns to the pot below. 2. something that . /ˈpɜːkəˌleɪtə/ noun 1. a kind of coffeepot in which boiling water is […]
- Per contiguum
per contiguum per con·tig·u·um (pər kən-tĭg’yōō-əm) adv. By or through contiguity, as in the spread of infection or inflammation between adjacent structures.
- Per continuum
per continuum per con·tin·u·um (pər kən-tĭn’yōō-əm) adv. By or through continuity, as in the spread of infection or inflammation from one part to another through continuous tissue.
[per kyoo r-ee-am] /pər ˈkyʊər iˌæm/ adjective, Law. 1. noting an action taken by the court as a whole, especially an anonymous opinion of the whole court, as contrasted with an opinion delivered in the name of a particular judge.