noun see deplete

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • deplete — [dɪ pli:t] verb reduce the number or quantity of: fish stocks are severely depleted. Derivatives depleter noun depletion noun Origin C19 (earlier (C17) as depletion): from L. deplet , deplere empty out , from de (expressing reversal) + plere fill …   English new terms dictionary

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