decoct

decoct

[dih-kokt]
verb (used with object)
to extract the flavor or essence of by boiling.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English decocten < Latin dēcoctus boiled down; see decoction

undecocted, adjective
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decoct (dɪˈkɒkt)
 
vb
to extract (the essence or active principle) from (a medicinal or similar substance) by boiling
 
[C15: see decoction]

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