denudate

[ verb den-yoo-deyt, dih-noo-deyt, -nyoo-; adjective dih-noo-deyt, -nyoo-, den-yoo-deyt ]
/ verb ˈdɛn yʊˌdeɪt, dɪˈnu deɪt, -ˈnyu-; adjective dɪˈnu deɪt, -ˈnyu-, ˈdɛn yʊˌdeɪt /

verb (used with object), den·u·dat·ed, den·u·dat·ing.

to make bare; strip; denude.

adjective

denuded; bare.

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Origin of denudate

1620–30; < Latin dēnūdātus, past participle of dēnūdāre to denude; see -ate1
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British Dictionary definitions for denudate

denudate
/ (ˈdɛnjʊˌdeɪt, dɪˈnjuːdeɪt) /

verb

a less common word for denude

adjective

denuded; bare
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