There are 2 main translations of secrete in Spanish

: secrete1secrete2

secrete1

segregar, v.

Pronunciation /səˈkrit//sɪˈkriːt/

transitive verb

Physiology Biology

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    segregar
    secretar
    • A male sex gland about the size of a walnut, the prostate secretes a thick fluid that is a vehicle for semen ejaculated during orgasm.
    • During delta sleep, the pituitary gland secretes a growth hormone that stimulates tissue repair, allowing muscles to mend.
    • The glands secrete parathyroid hormone, which is the primary regulator of calcium homeostasis.
    • Tadpole pituitaries secrete thyroid-stimulating hormone in response to CRH.
    • Your pancreas secretes enzymes that aid digestion and hormones that help regulate the metabolism of carbohydrates.
    • The matchstick-like cells secrete a liquid which protects the brain and spinal cord from impacts.
    • Natural interferons are a group of small proteins secreted by cells following viral infection.
    • This gland secretes digestive juices that help in breaking down foods.
    • Melatonin, produced naturally from the amino acid tryptophan, is a hormone secreted by a gland in the brain.
    • Sweat is secreted by glands in the skin when it is necessary to lose excess heat from the body.
    • Macrophage cells secrete chemicals that can dissolve bone under an implant.
    • The cells secreted insulin and thrived as new blood vessels grew toward them.
    • Gluconeogenesis is a process where the liver secretes enzymes necessary to convert amino acids from proteins into glucose.
    • Human sebaceous glands secrete a lipid mixture of mainly triglycerides, wax esters, free fatty acids, and squalene.
    • Follicle cells also secrete the materials of the vitelline envelope and eggshell that surround the mature egg.
    • Among other functions, the pancreas secretes enzymes that aid digestion and produces hormones that help regulate the level of sugar in the blood.
    • Certain bacteria in contaminated food or water can release a toxin that causes your intestinal cells to secrete salt and water.
    • Secretory diarrhea occurs when the large bowel secrete fluid and electrolytes into the lumen.
    • In Drosophila species, the male accessory gland secretes seminal fluids transferred to the female during copulation.
    • The key, he believes, is insulin, a hormone secreted by the pancreas gland.

There are 2 main translations of secrete in Spanish

: secrete1secrete2

secrete2

ocultar, v.

Pronunciation /səˈkrit//sɪˈkriːt/

transitive verb

formal

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    (hide)
    ocultar
    • They might be secreted behind a special door, hidden from sight by shadows or a secret knock.
    • The bulk of the stash was found secreted in a false ceiling while the rest was hidden under the couple's bed.
    • Nonetheless, in my view, as will be seen, the two most important bottles were secreted and hidden by the accused.
    • Hardly had we secreted ourselves when we spied a flotilla of a Roman expeditionary force sailing hard upstream.
    • The vials were secreted in a briefcase hidden in a truck in the courtyard of the house.