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degrease

[dee-grees, -greez] /diˈgris, -ˈgriz/
verb (used with object), degreased, degreasing.
1.
to remove grease, oil, or the like, from, especially by treating with a chemical.
Origin of degrease
1885-1890
1885-90; de- + grease
Related forms
degreaser, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for degrease

degrease

/diːˈɡriːs/
verb
1.
(transitive) to remove grease from
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