ti·ter also ti·tre (tītər)
1. Concentration of a substance in solution or the strength of such a substance determined by titration.
2. The minimum volume needed to cause a particular result in titration.
3. The temperature at which a fatty acid solidifies.
[French titre, from Old French title, title; see TITLE.]
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