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  • busticate — bus·ti·cate (bŭsʹtĭ kāt ) tr.v. Northern U.S. bus·ti·cat·ed, bus·ti·cat·ing, bus·ti·cates To break into pieces. See Regional Note at absquatulate.   [bust2 + icate(as in medicate).] * * * …   Universalium

  • Racinisation — La racinisation (ou désuffixation, ou stemming en anglais) est le nom donné au procédé qui vise à transformer les flexions en leur radical ou stemme. Il cherche à rassembler les différentes variantes flexionnelle et dérivationnelle d’un mot… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • delicate — del·icate || delɪkÉ™t adj. fragile, easily broken; sensitive …   English contemporary dictionary

  • aluminum silicate — alu′minum sil′icate n. chem. any crystalline combination of silicate and aluminate …   From formal English to slang

  • birth certificate — birth′ certif icate n. gov an official form recording the birth of a baby and containing pertinent data, as name, sex, date, place, and parents …   From formal English to slang

  • borosilicate glass — borosil′icate glass n. cer a glass containing 5 percent or more of boric oxide, B2O3, highly resistant to heat and shock and used esp. in making cookware and chemical glassware • Etymology: 1930–35 …   From formal English to slang

  • certificate of deposit — certif′icate of depos′it n. bus a written acknowledgment from a bank for money deposited, indicating the percentage of interest to be paid for a specified period …   From formal English to slang

  • death certificate — death′ certif icate n. med a certificate signed by a doctor, giving information about the time, place, and cause of a person s death …   From formal English to slang

  • detoxify — de•tox•i•fy [[t]diˈtɒk sə faɪ[/t]] v. fied, fy•ing 1) med to rid of poison 2) cvb med to subject (a person) to detoxification 3) cvb med to undergo detoxification • Etymology: 1900–05; detox (icate) + ify …   From formal English to slang

  • gift certificate — gift′ certif icate n. a certificate entitling the bearer to select merchandise of a specified cash value from a store, presented as a gift …   From formal English to slang

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