explete

transitive verb

Definition of explete

-ed/-ing/-s

obsolete

  1. :  satisfy, complete

expletion

noun, plural

-s

obsolete

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Origin and Etymology of explete

Middle English expleiten, expleten, partly from Middle French expleiter, espleiter, exploiter, esploiter to achieve, perform & partly from Latin expletus, past participle of explēre — more at exploit


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