|can be excised, can be removed surgically||resectable|
|(Medicine) surgically perform a marsupialization (opening of a cyst)||marsupialize|
|ability to be excised, ability to be surgically removed||resectability|
|able to be done, can be operated on, can be treated by a surgical procedure; feasible, doable, possible, surgically treatable||operable|
|able to be removed, may be removed||removable|
|absence of genetic material, erasure, obliteration, removing something or scoring something out, something removed or scored out||deletion|
|act of implanting; something which is implanted, attachment of an embryo, being or becoming implanted, surgically implanting in the body||implantation|
|act of removing; degree of difference; step or degree in a graduated scale; (British) promotion of a student to a higher grade, be removed, change of location, depart, dismiss somebody, distance, get rid of something, individual dish in meal, relocate,...||remove|
|animal with horns removed or shed, cut branches or horns, tree with branches cut, tree with the top branches cut back, trim tree branches, prune a tree; cut off the horns of an animal||pollard|
|area of one square mile, cut something surgically, distinct part, divide something, functional area, length of rail track, segment; slice, piece; subdivision; region, district; paragraph, passage; department, unit, partition, divide into segments; cut ...||section|
|bombarded with explosives; removed from a shell||shelled|
|breathy letter, breathy sounding, inhale something, matter removed, pronounce the "h" sound by breathing out (Phonetics); remove air or fluid (Medicine), pronounce while breathing out, pronunciation of the letter "h" at the beginning of a word (Phoneti...||aspirate|
|cannot be removed, can not be taken off||nonremovable|
|cheating by a corrupt individual, get by deceit, graft location, grafted plant, inserted a portion of a plant into the stem of another (Horticulture); surgically transplant a portion of tissue from one place to another; illegally or dishonestly acquire...||graft|
|chopped down, cut down, cut off, amputated; concerning a geometric form whose end is cut off by a plane, having incomplete corners, with end removed, with end replaced by plane, with one syllable fewer||truncated|
|clean something using a vacuum cleaner, clean with a vacuum cleaner, operate a device for cleaning carpets and floors by air suction, emptiness caused by absence, isolation from the outside world, space empty of matter, space with all the gas removed, ...||vacuum|
|coarsely ground corn, coarsely ground grain which has been boiled and then fried (eaten as a breakfast food); coarsely ground grain, grain with husks removed||grits|
|coffee or tea that has had the caffeine removed (Informal), decaffeinated, decaffeinated drink||decaf|
|complete, not damaged, whole, entire; unbroken, undamaged; unscathed, inviolate; unchanged, without any removed parts||intact|
|containing a hole, pierced; deflated, having the air removed (i.e. a tire); damaged, wounded; destroyed, ruined||punctured|
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