Definitions for osmoseˈɒz moʊs, ˈɒs-

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

os•moseˈɒz moʊs, ˈɒs-(v.; n.)-mosed, -mos•ing

  1. (v.i.)to undergo osmosis.

  2. (v.t.)to subject to osmosis.

  3. Ref: osmosis .

Origin of osmose:

1850–55; back formation from osmosis

Wiktionary

  1. osmose(Verb)

    To diffuse by osmosis.

  2. osmose(Verb)

    To cause to diffuse by osmosis.

The Nuttall Encyclopedia

  1. Osmose

    . If two liquids be separated from each other only by a skin or parchment, each will percolate through the membrane and diffuse into the other; the process is known as osmose, and is constantly illustrated in the animal and vegetable world.

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