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de·grease

 (dē-grēs′, -grēz′)
tr.v. de·greased, de·greas·ing, de·greas·es
To remove grease or fat from: degrease machinery; degrease the sauce.

de·greas′er n.

degreaser

(diːˈɡriːsə) or

degreasant

n
a substance or product that removes or dissolves grease
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