verb de·bark \di-ˈbärk, dē-\

Definition of DEBARK

:  disembark
de·bar·ka·tion \ˌdē-ˌbär-ˈkā-shən\ noun

Origin of DEBARK

French debarquer, from de- + barque bark (ship)
First Known Use: 1654


verb de·bark \(ˌ)dē-ˈbärk\

Definition of DEBARK

transitive verb
:  to remove bark from
de·bark·er \-ˈbär-kər\ noun

First Known Use of DEBARK



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