Truncate

Having the edge vertical and straight.
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Truncate

terminating abruptly, as if cut off square
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truncate

Having the end squared off or even.
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Truncate

having the end squared off.
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truncate

[adj] - terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off 2. [v] - replace a corner by a plane, in geometry 3. [v] - mathematics: approximate by ignoring all terms beyond a chosen one 4. [v] - make shorter as if by cutting off
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Truncate

As if cut cleanly across, at right angles to the midrib.
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Truncate

Truncate: To shorten, to cut short. A malformation (birth defect) may truncate a limb. A mutation may create a stop codon that truncates a protein. From the Latin truncare maening to cut short or mutilate from truncus, trunk.
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truncate

To cut off or to appear to have been cut off. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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truncate

adjective terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off; `a truncate leaf`; `truncated volcanic mountains`; `a truncated pyramid`
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truncate

(trung´kāt) having the end cut squarely off.
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Truncate

• (v. t.) To cut off; to lop; to maim. • (a.) Appearing as if cut off at the tip; as, a truncate leaf or feather.
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truncate

truncate, truncating, truncated 1. To shorten something by cutting off or removing a part; to cut short. 2. To make something shorter or briefer, especially by removing the end of it: 'Television coverage of the soccer match was truncated by a technical fault.' 3. Not pointed; a description of a leaf that has a blunt end, so that it looks as if a
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truncate

with an abruptly transverse end, as if cut off.
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Truncate

To drop characters at the end of a data field because the field being converted or keyed is too long to fix in the record positions in which it must be stored.
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truncate

To slice off a corner of a polyhedron around a vertex.
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truncate

Type: Term Pronunciation: trŭn′kāt Definitions: 1. Truncated; cut across at right angles to the long axis, or appearing to be so cut.
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Truncate

with a base or apex appearing as if cut straight across
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Truncate

[SQL] In SQL, the TRUNCATE TABLE statement is a Data Definition Language (DDL) operation that marks the extents of a table for deallocation (empty for reuse). The result of this operation quickly removes all data from a table, typically bypassing a number of integrity enforcing mechanisms. It was officially introduced in the SQL:2008 standa
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truncate

cut off squarely; with an abruptly transverse end.
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Truncate

Squared or leveled off at the base or tip.
Found on http://www.npwrc.usgs.gov/resource/plants/vascplnt/glossary.htm

Truncate

Cut straight across.
Found on http://www.npwrc.usgs.gov/resource/plants/florane/gloss.htm

truncate

with an abruptly transverse end as if cut off
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Truncate

Ending abruptly: squared off.
Found on http://www.geog.ubc.ca/biodiversity/efauna/InsectGlossary.html

Truncate

Ending abruptly: squared off.
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Truncate

Appearing as if cut off at the end; the end nearly or quite straight across.
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