glabrate definition

  • adjective:
    • Botany virtually glabrous or getting glabrous with age or readiness: glabrate stems.
    • Becoming smooth (just as if with age)
    • Somewhat glabrous
    • getting smooth or glabrous from age.
    • Botany nearly glabrous or getting glabrous with age or readiness: glabrate stems.
    • Botany virtually glabrous or becoming glabrous as we grow older or maturity: glabrate stems.
    • Botany very nearly glabrous or getting glabrous with age or maturity: glabrate stems.
    • getting smooth (just as if with age)
    • Becoming smooth (as though with age)
    • significantly glabrous
    • getting smooth (as though as we grow older)
    • Somewhat glabrous
    • Becoming smooth or glabrous from age.
    • Somewhat glabrous
    • Becoming smooth or glabrous from age.
    • getting smooth or glabrous from age.
    • Botany Practically glabrous or becoming glabrous as we grow older or readiness: glabrate stems.
    • getting smooth (just as if as we grow older)
    • Somewhat glabrous
    • Becoming smooth or glabrous from age.
  • others:
    • In zoology, smooth; bald; glabrous; having no tresses or other appendages.—
    • In botany, getting glabrous from age; somewhat glabrous.
    • In zoology, smooth; bald; glabrous; having no tresses or any other appendages.—
    • In zoology, smooth; bald; glabrous; having no locks or other appendages.—
    • In zoology, smooth; bald; glabrous; having no hair or any other appendages.—
    • In botany, getting glabrous from age; significantly glabrous.
    • In botany, getting glabrous from age; notably glabrous.
    • In zoology, smooth; bald; glabrous; having no tresses or other appendages.—
    • In botany, becoming glabrous from age; notably glabrous.
    • In botany, becoming glabrous from age; notably glabrous.
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