complanate

adjective com·pla·nate \ˈkämpləˌnāt\

Definition of complanate

  1. :  made level :  in one plane complanate leaves :  flattened

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Origin and Etymology of complanate

Latin complanatus, past participle of complanare to make even, make level, from com- + -planare (from planus level, flat) — more at floor


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