<physiology> To discharge a secretion, to release some sort of liquid substance (or substance in liquid). This can be done by the cell, by glands or other organs, or by tissues.
Examples of things that are secreted are hormones, saliva, mucus, bile, and sweat.
(09 Oct 1997)
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