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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

Meanings of Decarburized:

verb

Remove carbon from (iron or steel).

Usage examples:

High-carbon steel was decarburized in the forge

Decarburizing

diːˈkɑːbjʊrʌɪz

Meanings of Decarburizing:

verb

Remove carbon from (iron or steel).

Usage examples:

High-carbon steel was decarburized in the forge

Meanings of Decastyle:

adjective

(of a temple or portico) having ten columns.

Usage examples:

Following the regional tradition, the temple was built as a gigantic decastyle dipteral structure, …
noun

A ten-columned portico.

Decasyllabic

ˌdɛkəsɪˈlabɪk

Meanings of Decasyllabic:

adjective

(of a metrical line) consisting of ten syllables.

Usage examples:

Unlike southwell's four other nativity poems, this one is written in decasyllabic six-ains, which w…

Decasyllable

ˈdɛkəˌsɪləb(ə)l

Meanings of Decasyllable:

noun

A metrical line of ten syllables.

Usage examples:

Each line of ‘i mari del sud’ begins with a decasyllable composed of three anapestic feet.

Decasyllables

ˈdɛkəˌsɪləb(ə)l

Meanings of Decasyllables:

noun

A metrical line of ten syllables.

Usage examples:

Each line of ‘i mari del sud’ begins with a decasyllable composed of three anapestic feet.

Decathlon

dɪˈkæθ.lɒn

Meanings of Decathlon:

noun

An athletic event taking place over two days, in which each competitor takes part in the same prescribed ten events (100 metres sprint, long jump, shot-put, high jump, 400 metres, 110 metres hurdles, discus, pole vault, javelin, and 1,500 metres).

Usage examples:

The kazahkstan athlete leads the decathlon after seven events.

Decathlons

dɪˈkæθ.lɒn

Meanings of Decathlons:

noun

An athletic event taking place over two days, in which each competitor takes part in the same prescribed ten events (100 metres sprint, long jump, shot-put, high jump, 400 metres, 110 metres hurdles, discus, pole vault, javelin, and 1,500 metres).

Usage examples:

The kazahkstan athlete leads the decathlon after seven events.

Decay

dɪˈkeɪ

Meanings of Decay:

verb

(of organic matter) rot or decompose through the action of bacteria and fungi.

Usage examples:

The body had begun to decay
noun

The state or process of rotting or decomposition.

Usage examples:

Hardwood is more resistant to decay than softwood

Decayed

dɪˈkeɪ

Meanings of Decayed:

adjective

Having rotted or decomposed.

Usage examples:

Decayed animal and plant matter
verb

(of organic matter) rot or decompose through the action of bacteria and fungi.

Usage examples:

The body had begun to decay

Decaying

dɪˈkeɪ

Meanings of Decaying:

adjective

Rotting or decomposing through the action of bacteria and fungi.

Usage examples:

The odour of decaying fish
verb

(of organic matter) rot or decompose through the action of bacteria and fungi.

Usage examples:

The body had begun to decay

Decays

dɪˈkeɪ

Meanings of Decays:

verb

(of organic matter) rot or decompose through the action of bacteria and fungi.

Usage examples:

The body had begun to decay
noun

The state or process of rotting or decomposition.

Usage examples:

Hardwood is more resistant to decay than softwood

Decease

dɪˈsiːs

Meanings of Decease:

noun

A person's death.

Usage examples:

He held the post until his untimely decease in 1991
verb

Die.

Usage examples:

He deceased at his palace of croydon

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