• Definition for "exfoliate"
    • To remove (a layer of bark or epidermis,…
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exfoliate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To remove (a layer of bark or epidermis, like) in flakes or scales; peel.
    • To remove (a layer of bark or epidermis, for example) in flakes or scales; peel.
    • To cast-off in machines, flakes, or splinters.
    • To cast-off in machines, flakes, or splinters.
    • to get rid of scales, laminæ, or splinters from area of.
    • To remove machines, laminæ, or splinters from surface of.
    • to eliminate (a layer of bark or skin, as an example) in flakes or machines; peel.
    • To cast off in machines, flakes, or splinters.
    • To remove scales, laminæ, or splinters through the area of.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • in the future down or separate into flakes, machines, or layers.
    • in the future off or separate into flakes, machines, or levels.
    • To separate and go off in scales or laminæ, as items of carious bone or of bark.
    • To put into machines, specifically in order to become became machines on results of temperature or decomposition.
    • to split up and go off in scales or laminæ, as items of carious bone or of bark.
    • To split into scales, specifically in order to become became machines in the consequence of heat or decomposition.
    • To come off or split up into flakes, machines, or layers.
    • to split up and come off in machines or laminæ, as items of carious bone or of bark.
    • To divided in to machines, particularly in order to become converted into machines within result of heat or decomposition.
  • verb:
    • to eliminate the leaves from a plant.
    • to eliminate a layer of skin, such as aesthetic planning.
    • to get rid of the leaves from a plant.
    • to eliminate a layer of skin, such as cosmetic planning.
    • grow by creating or unfolding leaves
    • cast-off in machines, laminae, or splinters
    • be removed really slim piece
    • grow by producing or unfolding leaves
    • cast off in machines, laminae, or splinters
    • be removed in a very thin piece
    • spread by opening the leaves of
    • take away the surface, in machines or laminae
    • scatter by opening the leaves of
    • take away the area, in machines or laminae
    • to get rid of the leaves from a plant.
    • To remove a layer of skin, as in aesthetic preparation.
    • grow by creating or unfolding leaves
    • cast-off in machines, laminae, or splinters
    • come-off really slim piece
    • scatter by opening the leaves of
    • take away the surface, in scales or laminae
  • others:
    • To throw-off machines or flakes; peel off in thin fragments; desquamate: since, the exfoliating bark of a tree.
    • Specifically In surgery, to separate your lives and go off in scales, as carious bone.
    • In mineralogy, to put into machines; especially, to be scaly in the area in consequence of heat or decomposition: because, vermiculite exfoliates before the blowpipe.
    • To throw-off scales or flakes; remove in slim fragments; desquamate: because, the exfoliating bark of a tree.
    • especially In surgery, to separate your lives and come-off in machines, as carious bone.
    • In mineralogy, to split into scales; especially, in order to become scaly within surface in consequence of heat or decomposition: since, vermiculite exfoliates prior to the blowpipe.
    • To scale; clear of scales or splinters.
    • To measure; free of scales or splinters.
    • To throw-off machines or flakes; remove in slim fragments; desquamate: as, the exfoliating bark of a tree.
    • particularly In surgery, to separate and be removed in scales, as carious bone tissue.
    • In mineralogy, to divided in to machines; particularly, to be scaly on area in result of temperature or decomposition: since, vermiculite exfoliates ahead of the blowpipe.
    • To scale; free of scales or splinters.
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