secreta se·cre·ta (sĭ-krē’tə)
Substances secreted by a cell, a tissue, or an organ; the products of secretion.
noun 1. an agent of a secret service. 2. (loosely) a person employed to collect the military secrets of one country and relay them to another, especially a person living in a foreign country while so working for his or her own nation; spy. secret agent noun 1. a person employed in espionage
noun, Physiology. 1. a substance or situation that promotes secretion.
noun, Physiology. 1. a substance or situation that promotes secretion. secretagogue /sɪˈkriːtəɡɒɡ/ noun 1. (med) a substance that stimulates secretion secretagogue se·cre·ta·gogue (sĭ-krē’tə-gôg’) n. A hormone or another agent that causes or stimulates secretion.
noun, French Furniture. 1. any writing desk resembling a secretary. noun 1. an enclosed writing desk, usually having an upper cabinet section