predigest

verb pre·di·gest \ ˌprē-dī-ˈjest , -də- \
Updated on: 24 Mar 2018

Definition of predigest

1 : to subject to predigestion
2 : to simplify for easy use
  • predigested classics for children

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First Known Use of predigest

1663


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predigest

transitive verb pre·di·gest \ ˌprēd-ī-ˈjest, ˌprēd-ə- \

medical Definition of predigest

: to subject to predigestion

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