disbranch(redirected from disbranching)
tr.v. dis·branched, dis·branch·ing, dis·branch·es
1. To cut or break a branch from (a tree).
2. To remove (a limb or branch) from a tree.
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(Forestry) (tr) to remove or cut a branch or branches from (a tree)
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Past participle: disbranched
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