ulcerate

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AdjectiveEdit

ulcerate (comparative more ulcerate, superlative most ulcerate)

  1. (palynology, of a pollen grain) Having an ulcus, a rounded pore-like aperture, at one or both poles.

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ulcerate (third-person singular simple present ulcerates, present participle ulcerating, simple past and past participle ulcerated)

  1. (medicine, transitive) To cause an ulcer to develop.
    The surface was ulcerated by trauma.
  2. (medicine, intransitive) To become ulcerous.
    The tissue ulcerated shortly after exposure.

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Etymology 1Edit

VerbEdit

ulcerate

  1. inflection of ulcerare:
    1. second-person plural present indicative
    2. second-person plural imperative

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ParticipleEdit

ulcerate f pl

  1. feminine plural of ulcerato

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