complanate

[kom-pluh-neyt]

adjective

made level; put into or on one plane.

Nearby words

  1. complainant,
  2. complainer,
  3. complaint,
  4. complaisance,
  5. complaisant,
  6. compleat,
  7. compleat angler, the,
  8. complect,
  9. complected,
  10. complection

Origin of complanate

1635–45; < Latin complānātus (past participle of complānāre to make level), equivalent to com- com- + plān(us) plain1, plane1 + -ātus -ate1

Related formscom·pla·na·tion, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for complanate

complanate

adjective

botany having a flattened or compressed aspect
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