dilucidate

Related to dilucidate: elucidate

dilucidate

(dɪˈluːsɪˌdeɪt; dɪˈljuːsɪˌdeɪt)
vb (tr)
obsolete to elucidate
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On other occasions, the Court or the parties consult as to the usual dose taken by a drug addict of a substance to dilucidate as to the quantity of "notorious importance".
The main goal is to dilucidate what kinds of sintactic, semantics and pragmatic restrictions allow a null/open subject in these type of phrases.
This research had as its objective to dilucidate the possible differences in the perception of the family functioning among three family members (father, mother and child), as well any possible association between the perception of functioning of the family and the quality of the relationship that they did have with their parents and brothers.