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See also: carié, caríe, and cárie

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Borrowed from Latin caries.

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carie f (plural caries)

  1. (dentistry) decay (uncountable), cavity (countable) (process or result of bone or teeth being gradually decomposed)
  2. (botany) rot (process of a plant becoming rotten)
  3. (agriculture) rust (disease of cereals in which the grain is replaced by the spores of a reddish-brown fungus in genus Uredo)

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin caries.

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carie f (invariable)

  1. decay, caries, cavity (of the teeth)
  2. (botany) rot
  3. (pathology) caries (of bones)

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cariē

  1. ablative singular of caries

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French carie, Latin caries.

NounEdit

carie f (plural carii)

  1. dental cavity, tooth decay, caries

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