castrate

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Verb[change]

Plain form
castrate

Third-person singular
castrates

Past tense
castrated

Past participle
castrated

Present participle
castrating

  1. To castrate is to remove the testicles from a male, making him unable to produce children.
    The young bulls were castrated so they would grow more meat.
  2. To castrate is to take away energy and vigor, to make it easier to handle or control.

Noun[change]

Singular
castrate

Plural
castrates

  1. A castrate is a male that has had his testicles removed.

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