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de·col·late 1

 (dĭ-kŏl′āt′)
tr.v. de·col·lat·ed, de·col·lat·ing, de·col·lates
To behead.

[Latin dēcollāre, dēcollāt- : dē-, de- + collum, neck; see kwel- in Indo-European roots.]

de′col·la′tion n.

de·col·late 2

 (dĕk′ə-lāt′, dē-kō′-)
tr.v. de·col·lat·ed, de·col·lat·ing, de·col·lates
To separate the copies of (a multiple-copy computer printout, for example).

de′col·la′tor n.
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decollate

(dɪˈkɒleɪt; ˈdɛkəˌleɪt; ˌdiːkəˈleɪt)
vb
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to separate (continuous stationery, etc) into individual forms
2. an archaic word for decapitate
[C16: from Latin dēcollāre to behead, from de- + collum neck]
ˌdecolˈlation n
ˈdecolˌlator n
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de•col•late

(dɪˈkɒl eɪt)

v.t. -lat•ed, -lat•ing.
to behead; decapitate.
[1590–1600; < Latin dēcollātus, past participle of dēcollāre to behead =dē- de- + collāre, derivative of collum neck]
de•col•la•tion (ˌdi kəˈleɪ ʃən) n.
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decollate


Past participle: decollated
Gerund: decollating

Imperative
decollate
decollate
Present
I decollate
you decollate
he/she/it decollates
we decollate
you decollate
they decollate
Preterite
I decollated
you decollated
he/she/it decollated
we decollated
you decollated
they decollated
Present Continuous
I am decollating
you are decollating
he/she/it is decollating
we are decollating
you are decollating
they are decollating
Present Perfect
I have decollated
you have decollated
he/she/it has decollated
we have decollated
you have decollated
they have decollated
Past Continuous
I was decollating
you were decollating
he/she/it was decollating
we were decollating
you were decollating
they were decollating
Past Perfect
I had decollated
you had decollated
he/she/it had decollated
we had decollated
you had decollated
they had decollated
Future
I will decollate
you will decollate
he/she/it will decollate
we will decollate
you will decollate
they will decollate
Future Perfect
I will have decollated
you will have decollated
he/she/it will have decollated
we will have decollated
you will have decollated
they will have decollated
Future Continuous
I will be decollating
you will be decollating
he/she/it will be decollating
we will be decollating
you will be decollating
they will be decollating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been decollating
you have been decollating
he/she/it has been decollating
we have been decollating
you have been decollating
they have been decollating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been decollating
you will have been decollating
he/she/it will have been decollating
we will have been decollating
you will have been decollating
they will have been decollating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been decollating
you had been decollating
he/she/it had been decollating
we had been decollating
you had been decollating
they had been decollating
Conditional
I would decollate
you would decollate
he/she/it would decollate
we would decollate
you would decollate
they would decollate
Past Conditional
I would have decollated
you would have decollated
he/she/it would have decollated
we would have decollated
you would have decollated
they would have decollated
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.decollate - cut the head ofdecollate - cut the head of; "the French King was beheaded during the Revolution"
kill - cause to die; put to death, usually intentionally or knowingly; "This man killed several people when he tried to rob a bank"; "The farmer killed a pig for the holidays"
guillotine - kill by cutting the head off with a guillotine; "The French guillotined many Vietnamese while they occupied the country"
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Translations

decollate

[ˌdiːkəˈleɪt] VTseparar, alzar
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decollate

vt (Comput) → trennen
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Beja, and V Pazzi, "Could ambient vibrations be related to cerithidea decollate migration?" International Journal of Geosciences, vol.
However, the best control method for me by far has been the introduction of decollate snails, a natural predator of slugs and brown garden snails.