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al·i·quot / ˈalikwət/ • n. a portion of a larger whole, esp. a sample taken for chemical analysis or other treatment. ∎  (also aliquot part or portion) Math. a quantity that can be divided into another an integral number of times.

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aliquot

aliquot XVI. — F. aliquote, medL. aliquota sb. use of fem. adj. (sc. pars part), f. L. aliquot some, several.

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aliquot

aliquot (al-i-kwot) n. one of a known number of equal parts of a compound or solution.

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