decollate

  • 1 decollate — de*col late (d[ e]*k[o^]l l[=a]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Decollated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Decollating}.] [L. decollatus, p. p. of decollare to behead; de + collum neck.] To sever from the neck; to behead; to decapitate. [1913 Webster] The decollated… …

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  • 2 decollate —   [engl.], trennen …

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  • 3 decollate — [dē käl′āt΄] vt. decollated, decollating [< L decollatus, pp. of decollare, to behead < de , from + collum, neck: see COLLAR] to behead decollation [dē΄kä lā′shən] n …

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  • 4 decollate — transitive verb ( lated; lating) Etymology: Latin decollatus, past participle of decollare, from de + collum neck more at collar Date: 15th century behead • decollation noun …

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  • 5 decollate — decollate1 decollation /dee keuh lay sheuhn/, n. decollator, n. /di kol ayt/, v.t., decollated, decollating. to behead; decapitate. [1590 1600; < L decollatus (ptp. of decollare to behead, equiv. to de DE + coll(are) (see …

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  • 6 decollate — verb a) To behead. b) To separate the copies of multipart computer printout …

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  • 7 decollate — v. behead, decapitate …

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  • 8 decollate — v. a. Behead, decapitate, guillotine …

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  • 9 decollate — de·col·late …

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  • 10 decollate — de•col•late [[t]dɪˈkɒl eɪt[/t]] v. t. lat•ed, lat•ing to behead; decapitate • Etymology: 1590–1600; < L dēcollātus, ptp. of dēcollāre to behead =dē de +collāre, der. of collum neck de•col•la•tion ˌdi kəˈleɪ ʃən n …

    From formal English to slang

  • 11 decollate — To remove someone s head, or to decapitate someone …

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  • 12 decollate — I. /diˈkɒleɪt/ (say dee kolayt) verb (t) (decollated, decollating) to behead; decapitate. {Latin dēcollātus, past participle, beheaded} –decollation /dikɒˈleɪʃən/ (say deeko layshuhn), noun –decollator, noun II. /ˈdɛkəleɪt/ (say dekuhlayt),… …

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  • 13 decollate —   v.t. v.t. behead …

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  • 14 decollate — v.tr. formal 1 behead. 2 truncate. Derivatives: decollation n. Etymology: L decollare decollat (as DE , collum neck) …

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  • 15 Decollate snail — A live individual of the decollate snail Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum …

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  • 16 decollate snail — /dee kol it, dek euh lit/ a cone shaped, burrowing snail, Rumina decollata, that feeds on common brown garden snails. Also called decollated awl snail. [ < NL decollata, the specific epithet; see DECOLLATE1] * * * …

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  • 17 decollate snail — /dee kol it, dek euh lit/ a cone shaped, burrowing snail, Rumina decollata, that feeds on common brown garden snails. Also called decollated awl snail. [ < NL decollata, the specific epithet; see DECOLLATE1] …

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  • 18 Decollated — decollate de*col late (d[ e]*k[o^]l l[=a]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Decollated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Decollating}.] [L. decollatus, p. p. of decollare to behead; de + collum neck.] To sever from the neck; to behead; to decapitate. [1913 Webster] The… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 19 Decollating — decollate de*col late (d[ e]*k[o^]l l[=a]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Decollated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Decollating}.] [L. decollatus, p. p. of decollare to behead; de + collum neck.] To sever from the neck; to behead; to decapitate. [1913 Webster] The… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 20 Rumina decollata — Stumpfschnecke Stumpfschnecke (Rumina decollata (Linné, 1758)) Systematik Ordnung: Lungenschnecken (Pulmonata) …

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