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New Latin elongare, elongat-, a combination of ex- ("out") + longus ("long").

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Elongate (comparative more Elongate, superlative most Elongate)

Positive
Elongate

Comparative
more Elongate

Superlative
most Elongate

  1. lengthened, extended.
  2. slender.

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Infinitive
to Elongate

Third person singular
Elongates

Simple past
elongated

Past participle
elongated

Present participle
elongating

to Elongate (third-person singular simple present Elongates, present participle elongating, simple past and past participle elongated)
  1. To make long or longer by pulling and stretching; to make elongated.

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fa:elongate fr:elongate io:elongate it:elongate kn:elongate sv:elongate ta:elongate te:elongate vi:elongate zh:elongate

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