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EtymologyEdit

From Old French estioler, modern French étioler (to make pale). Compare English etiolate.

VerbEdit

estiolar (first-person singular present indicative estiolo, past participle estiolado)

  1. (botany) to wither; to rot
  2. (botany) to etiolate
  3. (figuratively) to weaken, to fade away

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