exfoliate

[v] - spread by opening the leaves of 2. [v] - cast off in scales, laminae, or splinters 3. [v] - remove the surface, in scales or laminae 4. [v] - come off in a very thin piece 5. [v] - grow by producing or unfolding leaves
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Exfoliate

to shed.
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Exfoliate

Exfoliate: 1) To peal off scaly skin spontaneously. The skin exfoliates from the palms and soles in Kawasaki's disease and Reiter's syndrome. 2) To deliberately wear away the top layer of skin, as many be done gently by a facial technologist who is applying a topical skin treatment for cosmetic purposes, or more severely by a dermatologist treating...
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Exfoliate

Ex·fo'li·ate intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Exfoliated ; present participle & verbal noun Exfoliating .] [ Latin exfoliare to strip of leaves; ex out, from + folium leaf.] 1. To separate a...
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exfoliate

1. <botany> Peeling off in thin layers, shreds, or plates, as the bark of some trees. ... 2. <dermatology> To shed cells from the skin or from mucous membranes. ... 3. <dentistry> To fall out, with development, the deciduous teeth exfoliate and permanent teeth erupt into the space. ... Origin: L. Exfoliatio ... (08 Jan 1998) ...
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exfoliate

verb grow by producing or unfolding leaves; `plants exfoliate`
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Exfoliate

• (v. i.) To separate and come off in scales or laminae, as pieces of carious bone or of bark. • (v. i.) To split into scales, especially to become converted into scales at the result of heat or decomposition. • (v. t.) To remove scales, laminae, or splinters from the surface of.
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Exfoliate

to fall out. (Your Deciduous teeth exfoliate and permanent teeth erupt into the space.)
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Exfoliate

When you exfoliate your skin you remove layers or scales.
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EXFOLIATE

to shed.
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Exfoliate

Means to fall out. The deciduous (baby) teeth exfoliate and permanent teeth erupt into their space.
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exfoliate

peeling in shreds or thin layers, as bark from a tree.
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Exfoliate

When you exfoliate your skin you remove layers or scales.
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Exfoliate

To slough off the outer layer of skin cells.
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