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  • Adjective:
    • (RP): IPA: /əˈkjuːmɪnət/
  • Verb:
    • (RP): IPA: /əˈkjuːmɪneɪt/

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From Late Latin acuminatus, past participle of acuminare, to sharpen to a point

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Acuminate (comparative more Acuminate, superlative most Acuminate)

Positive
Acuminate

Comparative
more Acuminate

Superlative
most Acuminate

  1. Tapering to a point; pointed.
  2. (botany, mycology) Tapering to a long point at its apex.

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Infinitive
to Acuminate

Third person singular
Acuminates

Simple past
acuminated

Past participle
acuminated

Present participle
acuminating

to Acuminate (third-person singular simple present Acuminates, present participle acuminating, simple past and past participle acuminated)
  1. (transitive) To render sharp or keen; to sharpen.
  2. (intransitive) To end in or come to a sharp point.

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acuminate f.

  1. Feminine plural form of acuminato

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hu:acuminate pl:acuminate ru:acuminate fi:acuminate ta:acuminate vi:acuminate

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