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acacia pronunciación
noun (acacias )
1 any of various trees and shrubs found mainly in Australia, Africa and S America, most of which bear large spines and clusters of small yellow flowers. Also called wattle.
2 the false acacia or robinia.
[16c in sense 1: from Greek akakia ]


emaciate
verb (emaciated , emaciating ) to make (a person or animal) extremely thin, especially through illness or starvation, etc.
[17c: from Latin emaciare , from maciare to make lean]
emaciated adjective .
emaciation noun extreme leanness or wasting of the body caused by malnutrition, parasitic infestation or disease.


facia see fascia


facial pronunciación
adjective belonging or relating to the face facial hair . See also under fascia.
noun a beauty treatment for the face.
[17c: from Latin facies face]
facially adverb .


glacial
adjective
1 geol , geog
a relating to or resembling a glacier;
b caused by the action of a glacier.
2 referring or relating to ice or its effects.
3 said of a geological time period, etc: characterized by the presence of glaciers or large masses of ice.
4 chem said of a chemical compound: tending to form crystals that resemble ice glacial acetic acid .
5 now colloq extremely cold.
6 hostile a glacial stare .
noun a glacial period; an ice age.
[17c in sense 2: from Latin glacialis icy]
glacially adverb .


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