• Definition for "decompound"
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    • _Caryota_ or wine-palm, whose immense decompound
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decompound definition

  • adjective:
    • Compounded or consisting of things or parts which are currently compound.
    • Botany Having or comprising divisions being themselves once or several times mixture; bipinnate: a decompound leaf.
    • Compound of what exactly is currently compounded; compounded a second time.
    • Several times compounded or divided, as a leaf or stem; decomposite.
    • of a compound leaf; composed of divisions that are by themselves chemical
  • verb-transitive:
    • To decompose.
    • To compound or mix with this has already been compound; to compound a second time.
    • to lessen to constituent components; to decompose.
  • noun:
    • A decomposite.
    • A decomposite.
    • A decomposite (which see).
  • others:
    • To decompose.
    • To compound an additional time; ingredient or form out of what has already been compound; type by another structure.
    • made up of things that are on their own compound; compounded an additional time.
    • In botany, split into many ingredient divisions, as a leaf or panicle; continuously cleft or cut into an indefinite quantity of unequal portions.
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