[ dih-sek-tid, dahy- ]
/ dɪˈsɛk tɪd, daɪ- /
Botany. deeply divided into numerous segments, as a leaf.
Physical Geography. separated, by erosion, into many closely spaced crevices or gorges, as the surface of a plateau.
- dissecting aneurysm,
- dissecting cellulitis,
- dissection tubercle,
Origin of dissected
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/ (dɪˈsɛktɪd, daɪ-) /
botany in the form of narrow lobes or segmentsdissected leaves
geology (of plains) cut by erosion into hills and valleys, esp following tectonic movements
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