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enucleate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • Medicine to eliminate (a tumor or eye, including) entire from an enveloping cover or sac.
    • Biology to get rid of the nucleus of.
    • Archaic to describe; elucidate.
    • To bring or peel out, as a kernel from its enveloping husks its enveloping husks or layer.
    • to eliminate without cutting (as a tumor).
    • To bring to light; which will make obvious.
    • Medicine to eliminate (a tumor or attention, including) whole from an enveloping cover or sac.
    • Biology to eliminate the nucleus of.
    • Archaic to describe; elucidate.
    • Medicine To remove (a tumor or attention, for instance) whole from an enveloping cover or sac.
    • Biology To remove the nucleus of.
    • Archaic to spell out; elucidate.
    • to carry or peel out, as a kernel from its enveloping husks its enveloping husks or layer.
    • to get rid of without cutting (as a tumor).
    • to carry to light; to help make obvious.
    • To bring or peel on, as a kernel from the enveloping husks its enveloping husks or shell.
    • To remove without cutting (as a tumor).
    • to create to light; to make clear.
  • adjective:
    • Biology Lacking a nucleus.
    • Biology Lacking a nucleus.
    • Biology Lacking a nucleus.
  • verb:
    • to get rid of the nucleus from (a cell).
    • To remove; especially, to eliminate or gouge down (an eyeball or tumor).
    • To remove anything; specifically, to remove an eyeball or cyst.
    • get rid of the nucleus from (a cell)
    • eliminate (a tumor or attention) from an enveloping sac or address
    • To remove the nucleus from (a cell).
    • To remove; especially, to eliminate or gouge completely (an eyeball or tumefaction).
    • To remove one thing; specifically, to remove an eyeball or tumor.
    • to eliminate the nucleus from (a cell).
    • to eliminate; especially, to remove or gouge down (an eyeball or tumor).
    • to eliminate anything; specially, to get rid of an eyeball or cyst.
    • remove the nucleus from (a cell)
    • eliminate (a tumor or attention) from an enveloping sac or address
    • eliminate the nucleus from (a cell)
    • remove (a tumor or eye) from an enveloping sac or cover
  • noun:
    • A cell that has been enucleated
    • A cell that has been enucleated
    • A cell that has been enucleated
  • others:
    • To remove (a body, as a kernel, seed, cyst, the eyeball, etc.) from its address, situation, capsule, or any other envelop.
    • Figuratively, to lay available; disclose; explain; manifest.
    • Having no nucleus.
    • In cytology, to deprive (the cellular) of the nucleus; to denucleate.
    • To remove (a body, as a kernel, seed, tumor, the eyeball, etc.) from the address, case, capsule, or other envelop.
    • Figuratively, to put available; disclose; explain; manifest.
    • Having no nucleus.
    • In cytology, to rob (the mobile) of the nucleus; to denucleate.
    • To remove (a body, as a kernel, seed, tumor, the eyeball, etc.) from its address, instance, pill, or other envelop.
    • Figuratively, to lay available; disclose; explain; manifest.
    • Having no nucleus.
    • In cytology, to deprive (the cell) of the nucleus; to denucleate.
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