• Definition for "elongate"
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elongate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce or grow longer.
    • To lengthen; to extend; to extend.
    • to eliminate further down.
    • to create or grow longer.
    • To lengthen; to extend; to extend.
    • To remove more down.
  • adjective:
    • Made longer; extended.
    • Having more size than circumference; slender.
    • lengthened, extended.
    • thin.
    • Drawn out at size; elongated.
    • (of a leaf shape) long and narrow
    • having particularly more length than circumference; becoming very long and slim
    • Made longer; extended.
    • Having more size than circumference; slender.
    • lengthened, offered.
    • slender.
    • Drawn out at length; elongated.
    • (of a leaf form) lengthy and thin
    • having particularly even more length than circumference; becoming long and slim
  • verb:
    • to produce lengthy or much longer by pulling and stretching; which will make elongated.
    • make long or much longer by pulling and stretching
    • To make long or much longer by pulling and stretching; in order to make elongated.
    • make lengthy or much longer by pulling and stretching
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To depart to, or be at, a distance; esp., to recede obviously from the sunlight, as a planet with its orbit.
    • To leave to, or be at, a distance; esp., to recede apparently from the sunlight, as a planet in its orbit.
  • others:
    • to help make long or longer; lengthen; increase, extend, or remove in length: as, to elongate a rope by splicing.
    • to eliminate further down.
    • To recede; move to a better length; specially, to recede evidently from sunshine, as a planet with its orbit.
    • Lengthened; extended or produced; attenuated; specifically, in zoology and botany, disproportionately or comparatively long or extended: as, a worm has an elongate body; a proboscis is an elongate snout; elongate antennæ are about as long as the body of an insect; elongate elytra extend beyond the abdomen; an elongate flower-stem.
    • which will make lengthy or longer; lengthen; increase, stretch, or acquire in length: because, to elongate a rope by splicing.
    • to get rid of further down.
    • To recede; relocate to a better length; particularly, to recede apparently from the sunshine, as a planet with its orbit.
    • Lengthened; extended or created; attenuated; specifically, in zoology and botany, disproportionately or comparatively long or prolonged: because, a worm features an elongate human body; a proboscis is an elongate snout; elongate antennæ are about so long as the body of an insect; elongate elytra increase beyond the abdomen; an elongate flower-stem.
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