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ablate — [v] wear away erode, evaporate, melt, vaporize; concepts 252,469 … New thesaurus
ablate — [ab lāt′] vt. ablated, ablating [back form. < ablation < LL(Ec) ablatio, a taking away < L ablatus: see ABLATIVE] 1. to remove, as by surgery 2. Astrophysics to wear away, melt, or vaporize (surface material) by entering into or passing… … English World dictionary
Ablate — To remove. A tumor may be ablated. To ablate the thyroid gland is to remove it. The word “ablation” came from the Latin “ablatum” meaning to carry away. In 1671 the ablation (removal) of a disease was a matter for consideration. But by 1846… … Medical dictionary
ablate — /a blayt /, v., ablated, ablating. v.t. 1. to remove or dissipate by melting, vaporization, erosion, etc.: to ablate a metal surface with intense heat. v.i. 2. to become ablated; undergo ablation. [1535 45; < L ablatus carried away (ptp. of… … Universalium
ablate — verb (ablated; ablating) Etymology: Latin ablatus (past participle of auferre to remove), from ab + latus, past participle of ferre more at ukase, bear, tolerate Date: 1542 transitive verb to remove or destroy especially … New Collegiate Dictionary
ablate — verb a) To remove or decrease something by the process of ablation. b) To undergo ablation. See Also: ablation, ablative … Wiktionary
ablate — Synonyms and related words: abate, abrade, abrase, absorb, assimilate, atomize, bark, bate, be eaten away, bleed white, break up, burn up, chafe, come apart, consume, consume away, corrode, crack up, crumble, crumble into dust, decay, decline,… … Moby Thesaurus
ablate — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. erode, wear away, melt, vaporize, evaporate, remove … English dictionary for students
ablate — Ã¦ bleÉªt v. remove by cutting, remove surgically; remove by melting, remove through evaporation … English contemporary dictionary
ablate — ab·late … English syllables
ablate — ab•late [[t]æˈbleɪt[/t]] v. lat•ed, lat•ing 1) to remove or dissipate by melting, vaporization, erosion, etc 2) to become ablated; undergo ablation • Etymology: 1535–45; < L ablātus, ptp. of auferre to carry away =ab ab +lātus, ptp. of ferre… … From formal English to slang