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From Latin emaciare (to make lean, cause to waste away) < ex- (out) + macies (leanness) < macer (thin)

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Infinitive
to Emaciate

Third person singular
emaciates

Simple past
emaciated

Past participle
emaciated

Present participle
emaciating

to Emaciate (third-person singular simple present emaciates, present participle emaciating, simple past and past participle emaciated)
  1. (transitive) To make extremely thin or wasted
    Anorexics ignore that sustained emaciation ends in starvation.
  2. (intransitive) To become extremely thin or wasted.

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emaciate f.

  1. Feminine plural form of emaciatoet:emaciate

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