disbranch definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To cut or break a branch from (a tree).
    • To remove (a limb or branch) from a tree.
    • To divest of a branch or branches; to-tear down.
    • To cut or break a branch from (a tree).
    • to eliminate (a limb or branch) from a tree.
    • To divest of a branch or limbs; to tear off.
    • To cut or break a branch from (a tree).
    • To remove (a limb or branch) from a tree.
    • To divest of a branch or branches; to tear off.
  • verb:
    • To divest of a branch or branches; to-tear off.
    • To divest of a branch or limbs; to tear down.
    • To divest of a branch or limbs; to tear down.
  • others:
    • To cut-off or separate the limbs of, as a tree; prune.
    • To sever or pull, as a branch or an offshoot.
    • To cut off or split the limbs of, as a tree; prune.
    • To sever or eliminate, as a branch or an offshoot.
    • To cut-off or split up the branches of, as a tree; prune.
    • To sever or eliminate, as a branch or an offshoot.

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