transitive verb
de·​glutinate | \ (ˈ)dē+ˈ-\

Definition of deglutinate

1 : unglue
2 [ influenced in meaning by New Latin gluten (substance in flour) ] : to extract or remove gluten from (as wheat flour)

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deglutination \ (¦)dē+ \ noun

History and Etymology for deglutinate

Latin deglutinatus, past participle of deglutinare, from de- + glutinare to glue, from glutin-, gluten glue; akin to Latin glut-, glus glue

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