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ex·san·gui·nate

 (ĕks-săng′gwə-nāt′)
v. ex·san·gui·nat·ed, ex·san·gui·nat·ing, ex·san·gui·nates
v.tr.
To drain of blood.
v.intr.
To be drained of blood.

[From Latin exsanguinātus, drained of blood : ex-, ex- + sanguis, sanguin-, blood.]

ex·san′gui·na′tion n.

exsanguinate

(ɪkˈsæŋɡwɪneɪt)
vb
(Medicine) (tr) rare to drain the blood from
[C19: from Latin exsanguināre]
exˌsanguinˈation n

ex•san•gui•nate

(ɛksˈsæŋ gwəˌneɪt)

v.t. -nat•ed, -nat•ing.
to drain of blood.
[1790–1800; < Latin exsanguinātus drained of blood]
ex•san`gui•na′tion, n.

exsanguinate


Past participle: exsanguinated
Gerund: exsanguinating

Imperative
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exsanguinate
Present
I exsanguinate
you exsanguinate
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we exsanguinate
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they exsanguinate
Preterite
I exsanguinated
you exsanguinated
he/she/it exsanguinated
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you exsanguinated
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Present Continuous
I am exsanguinating
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he/she/it is exsanguinating
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Present Perfect
I have exsanguinated
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Past Continuous
I was exsanguinating
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he/she/it was exsanguinating
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they were exsanguinating
Past Perfect
I had exsanguinated
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you had exsanguinated
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Future
I will exsanguinate
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Future Perfect
I will have exsanguinated
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Future Continuous
I will be exsanguinating
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been exsanguinating
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been exsanguinating
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you will have been exsanguinating
they will have been exsanguinating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been exsanguinating
you had been exsanguinating
he/she/it had been exsanguinating
we had been exsanguinating
you had been exsanguinating
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Conditional
I would exsanguinate
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Past Conditional
I would have exsanguinated
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you would have exsanguinated
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