droplet

[drop-lit]
noun
a little drop.

Origin:
1600–10; drop + -let

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droplet (ˈdrɒplɪt)
 
n
a tiny drop

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droplet
c.1600, from drop + dim. suffix -let.
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Example sentences for droplets
Emulsified droplets then are organized into many micelles which increases absorption.
When surrounded by billions of other droplets or crystals they become visible as clouds.
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