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Decades

ˈdek.eɪd

Meanings of Decades:

noun

A period of ten years.

Usage examples:

He taught at the university for nearly a decade

Decaffeinate

diːˈkafɪneɪt

Meanings of Decaffeinate:

verb

Remove most or all of the caffeine from (coffee or tea).

Usage examples:

There are different ways to decaffeinate coffee

Decaffeinated

diːˈkæf.ɪ.neɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Decaffeinated:

adjective

(of coffee or tea) having had most or all of the caffeine removed.

Usage examples:

Decaffeinated coffee
verb

Remove most or all of the caffeine from (coffee or tea).

Usage examples:

There are different ways to decaffeinate coffee

Decaffeinates

diːˈkafɪneɪt

Meanings of Decaffeinates:

verb

Remove most or all of the caffeine from (coffee or tea).

Usage examples:

There are different ways to decaffeinate coffee

Decaffeinating

diːˈkafɪneɪt

Meanings of Decaffeinating:

verb

Remove most or all of the caffeine from (coffee or tea).

Usage examples:

There are different ways to decaffeinate coffee

Meanings of Decagon:

noun

A plane figure with ten straight sides and angles.

Usage examples:

How much more sacred than our triangle would be a square, a pentagon, a decagon, a figure with a hu…

Meanings of Decagons:

noun

A plane figure with ten straight sides and angles.

Usage examples:

How much more sacred than our triangle would be a square, a pentagon, a decagon, a figure with a hu…

Decahedron

ˌdɛkəˈhiːdr(ə)n

Meanings of Decahedron:

noun

A solid figure with ten plane faces.

Usage examples:

Now fold, crease, decorate, and glue your decahedron, following the same hints given on the tetrahe…

Decahedrons

ˌdɛkəˈhiːdr(ə)n

Meanings of Decahedrons:

noun

A solid figure with ten plane faces.

Usage examples:

Now fold, crease, decorate, and glue your decahedron, following the same hints given on the tetrahe…

Meanings of Decal:

noun

A design prepared on special paper for durable transfer on to another surface such as glass or porcelain.

Usage examples:

On a simple shelf affixed to the gallery wall near the figure he placed six large votive candles, e…

Decalcified

diːˈkalsɪfʌɪ

Meanings of Decalcified:

adjective

(of rock or bone) containing a reduced quantity of calcium salts.

Usage examples:

Decalcified chalk
verb

Decrease the quantity of calcium salts contained in (bone or rock).

Usage examples:

Too much cortisol decalcifies your bones

Decalcifies

diːˈkalsɪfʌɪ

Meanings of Decalcifies:

verb

Decrease the quantity of calcium salts contained in (bone or rock).

Usage examples:

Too much cortisol decalcifies your bones

Decalcify

diːˈkalsɪfʌɪ

Meanings of Decalcify:

verb

Decrease the quantity of calcium salts contained in (bone or rock).

Usage examples:

Too much cortisol decalcifies your bones

Meanings of Decalcifying:

verb

Decrease the quantity of calcium salts contained in (bone or rock).

Usage examples:

Too much cortisol decalcifies your bones

Meanings of Decalcomania:

noun

The process of transferring designs from prepared paper on to glass or porcelain.

Usage examples:

His range of effects is unusually eloquent; there is something of the monoprint to them, as well as…

Meanings of Decalcomaniac:

noun

The process of transferring designs from prepared paper on to glass or porcelain.

Usage examples:

His range of effects is unusually eloquent; there is something of the monoprint to them, as well as…

Meanings of Decalcomanias:

noun

The process of transferring designs from prepared paper on to glass or porcelain.

Usage examples:

His range of effects is unusually eloquent; there is something of the monoprint to them, as well as…

Decaliters

ˈdɛkəliːtə

Meanings of Decaliters:

noun

A metric unit of capacity, equal to 10 litres.

Usage examples:

The winery can process 15,000 tons of grapes per year, producing 1 million decalitres of wine.

Decalitre

ˈdɛkəliːtə

Meanings of Decalitre:

noun

A metric unit of capacity, equal to 10 litres.

Usage examples:

The winery can process 15,000 tons of grapes per year, producing 1 million decalitres of wine.

Decalogue

ˈdek.ə.lɒɡ

Meanings of Decalogue:

noun

The ten commandments.

Usage examples:

There is considerable debate in the u.s. whether the decalogue should be posted in public schools, …

Meanings of Decals:

noun

A design prepared on special paper for durable transfer on to another surface such as glass or porcelain.

Usage examples:

On a simple shelf affixed to the gallery wall near the figure he placed six large votive candles, e…

Meanings of Decameron:

proper noun

A work by boccaccio, written between 1348 and 1358, containing a hundred tales supposedly told in ten days by a party of ten young people who had fled from the black death in florence. the work was influential on later writers such as chaucer and shakespeare.

Meanings of Decameter:

noun

A metric unit of length, equal to 10 metres.

Usage examples:

In this study, we also used the horizontal visibility data determined by meteorological observers i…

Decameters

ˈdɛkəmiːtə

Meanings of Decameters:

noun

A metric unit of length, equal to 10 metres.

Usage examples:

In this study, we also used the horizontal visibility data determined by meteorological observers i…

Meanings of Decametre:

noun

A metric unit of length, equal to 10 metres.

Usage examples:

In this study, we also used the horizontal visibility data determined by meteorological observers i…

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