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Decapitate

dɪˈkæp.ɪ.teɪt

Meanings of Decapitate:

verb

Cut off the head of (someone).

Usage examples:

With one swift movement, he decapitated the king

Decapitated

dɪˈkæp.ɪ.teɪt

Meanings of Decapitated:

adjective

(of a person or animal) having had the head cut off.

Usage examples:

A decapitated body
verb

Cut off the head of (someone).

Usage examples:

With one swift movement, he decapitated the king

Decapitates

dɪˈkæp.ɪ.teɪt

Meanings of Decapitates:

verb

Cut off the head of (someone).

Usage examples:

With one swift movement, he decapitated the king

Decapitating

dɪˈkæp.ɪ.teɪt

Meanings of Decapitating:

verb

Cut off the head of (someone).

Usage examples:

With one swift movement, he decapitated the king

Decapitation

dɪˌkæp.ɪˈteɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Decapitation:

noun

The action of cutting off the head of a person or animal.

Usage examples:

England's last public decapitation

Meanings of Decapitations:

noun

The action of cutting off the head of a person or animal.

Usage examples:

England's last public decapitation

Decapod

ˈdɛkəpɒd

Meanings of Decapod:

noun

A crustacean of the order decapoda, such as a shrimp, crab, or lobster.

Usage examples:

A similar dispersal mechanism has been suggested as responsible for the faunal similarities in moll…
adjective

Relating to or denoting decapods.

Usage examples:

No preparation was necessary for the examination of the decapod fossils.

Decapods

ˈdɛkəpɒd

Meanings of Decapods:

noun

A crustacean of the order decapoda, such as a shrimp, crab, or lobster.

Usage examples:

A similar dispersal mechanism has been suggested as responsible for the faunal similarities in moll…
adjective

Relating to or denoting decapods.

Usage examples:

No preparation was necessary for the examination of the decapod fossils.

Decapsulate

diːˈkapsjʊleɪt

Meanings of Decapsulate:

verb

Remove the capsule or covering from (a kidney or other organ).

Usage examples:

After blood sampling, the kidneys were removed, decapsulated, and stored

Meanings of Decarbonisation:

noun

Reduction or elimination of carbon dioxide emissions from a process such as manufacturing or the production of energy.

Usage examples:

Biomass will certainly play a role in the decarbonization of the economy

Decarbonise

diːˈkɑːb(ə)nʌɪz

Meanings of Decarbonise:

verb

Reduce the amount of gaseous carbon compounds released in or as a result of (an environment or process).

Usage examples:

Policies to decarbonize the uk economy

Decarbonised

diːˈkɑːb(ə)nʌɪz

Meanings of Decarbonised:

verb

Reduce the amount of gaseous carbon compounds released in or as a result of (an environment or process).

Usage examples:

Policies to decarbonize the uk economy

Decarbonising

diːˈkɑːb(ə)nʌɪz

Meanings of Decarbonising:

verb

Reduce the amount of gaseous carbon compounds released in or as a result of (an environment or process).

Usage examples:

Policies to decarbonize the uk economy

Meanings of Decarbonization:

noun

Reduction or elimination of carbon dioxide emissions from a process such as manufacturing or the production of energy.

Usage examples:

Biomass will certainly play a role in the decarbonization of the economy

Decarbonize

ˌdiːˈkɑː.bən.aɪz

Meanings of Decarbonize:

verb

Reduce the amount of gaseous carbon compounds released in or as a result of (an environment or process).

Usage examples:

Policies to decarbonize the uk economy

Meanings of Decarbonized:

verb

Reduce the amount of gaseous carbon compounds released in or as a result of (an environment or process).

Usage examples:

Policies to decarbonize the uk economy

Decarbonizing

diːˈkɑːb(ə)nʌɪz

Meanings of Decarbonizing:

verb

Reduce the amount of gaseous carbon compounds released in or as a result of (an environment or process).

Usage examples:

Policies to decarbonize the uk economy

Decarboxylase

ˌdiːkɑːˈbɒksɪleɪz

Meanings of Decarboxylase:

noun

An enzyme that catalyses the decarboxylation of a particular organic molecule.

Usage examples:

A major source of ammonium, especially in c 3 plants, arises in the mitochondria from the decarboxy…

Decarboxylate

ˌdiːkɑːˈbɒksɪleɪt

Meanings of Decarboxylate:

verb

Eliminate a carboxylic acid group from (an organic compound).

Usage examples:

Heating at 100°c in dryness decarboxylates the proteins to yield glutamic acid

Meanings of Decarboxylated:

verb

Eliminate a carboxylic acid group from (an organic compound).

Usage examples:

Heating at 100°c in dryness decarboxylates the proteins to yield glutamic acid

Decarboxylating

ˌdiːkɑːˈbɒksɪleɪt

Meanings of Decarboxylating:

verb

Eliminate a carboxylic acid group from (an organic compound).

Usage examples:

Heating at 100°c in dryness decarboxylates the proteins to yield glutamic acid

Decarburise

diːˈkɑːbjʊrʌɪz

Meanings of Decarburise:

verb

Remove carbon from (iron or steel).

Usage examples:

High-carbon steel was decarburized in the forge

Meanings of Decarburised:

verb

Remove carbon from (iron or steel).

Usage examples:

High-carbon steel was decarburized in the forge

Decarburising

diːˈkɑːbjʊrʌɪz

Meanings of Decarburising:

verb

Remove carbon from (iron or steel).

Usage examples:

High-carbon steel was decarburized in the forge

Decarburize

diːˈkɑːbjʊrʌɪz

Meanings of Decarburize:

verb

Remove carbon from (iron or steel).

Usage examples:

High-carbon steel was decarburized in the forge

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