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Word: truncate

Definition: cut the top off; shorten


Sentences Containing 'truncate'

Firstly, we truncate each clause in Φ to contain exactly "k" literals.
Flowers are fleshy, oblong, truncate, have 2 lodicules and grow together.
However, all complete basis sets are infinite, and we need to truncate the basis and still obtain accurate results.
The antennae are moderately long,terminating in an elongate, gradually-formed club, flattened on its upper surface.The thorax is not robust and it is as broad as the head and slightly hairy posteriorly.The wing characters are: fore-wings elongate, rather truncate; costa only slightly arched; apex not acute, but well marked ; hind-margin slightly convex and sinuated ; anal angle distinct ; inner-margin convex near base, slightly concave about middle.
The anterior end is rounded while the posterior end is slightly truncate.
The forewing outer margin is denticulate and the apex truncate-sinuate.

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