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Detailed Translations for excision from English to Spanish


excision [the ~] noun

  1. the excision (cut out; cutting out)
    el corte; el recorte

Translation Matrix for excision:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
corte cut out; cutting out; excision bolt; bottom; clasp; coupe; court; court circle; court dignitaries; courtyard; cut; cutting; cutting surface; degradation; disgracement; dishonering; fit; gash; groove; hair style; haircut; hairdo; incision; indentation; knife wound; lower side; nick; notch; piece of bread; piecie; quadrangle; quadrilateral; royal household; salary cut; score; section; slash; slice of bread; snip; style; underside; wound
recorte cut out; cutting out; excision clipping; cost reduction; cut; cut back in costs; decrease; deduction; deflation; degradation; discount; disgracement; dishonering; drop in price; fall in price; piece of paper; price cut; price reduction; rebate; salary cut; scrap; shrinking; shrinking back; snip
- ablation; cut; cutting out; deletion; deracination; excommunication; extirpation

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Related Definitions for "excision":

  1. the act of pulling up or out; uprooting; cutting off from existence1
  2. the act of banishing a member of a church from the communion of believers and the privileges of the church; cutting a person off from a religious society1
  3. surgical removal of a body part or tissue1
  4. the omission that is made when an editorial change shortens a written passage1
    • both parties agreed on the excision of the proposed clause1

Wiktionary Translations for excision:

Cross Translation:
excision excisión ExzisionMedizin: operationelle Entfernung von Gewebe, ohne auf Organgrenzen oder Gewebestrukturen Rücksicht zu nehmen

excision form of excise:

to excise verb (excises, excised, excising)

  1. to excise (carve out; cut out; resect; cut away)

Conjugations for excise:

  1. excise
  2. excise
  3. excises
  4. excise
  5. excise
  6. excise
simple past
  1. excised
  2. excised
  3. excised
  4. excised
  5. excised
  6. excised
present perfect
  1. have excised
  2. have excised
  3. has excised
  4. have excised
  5. have excised
  6. have excised
past continuous
  1. was excising
  2. were excising
  3. was excising
  4. were excising
  5. were excising
  6. were excising
  1. shall excise
  2. will excise
  3. will excise
  4. shall excise
  5. will excise
  6. will excise
continuous present
  1. am excising
  2. are excising
  3. is excising
  4. are excising
  5. are excising
  6. are excising
  1. be excised
  2. be excised
  3. be excised
  4. be excised
  5. be excised
  6. be excised
  1. excise!
  2. let's excise!
  3. excised
  4. excising
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for excise:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
derecho de consumo consumer-tax; excise; excise duty; excise tax consumer-tax
impuesto sobre el consumo consumer-tax; excise; excise duty; excise tax consumer-tax; tax on consumption
- excise tax
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
entallar carve out; cut away; cut out; excise; resect carve; cut; groove; incise; jag; notch; score
esculpir carve out; cut away; cut out; excise; resect carve; sculpt
- expunge; scratch; strike
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- excise duty; excise tax; inland duty

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Related Definitions for "excise":

  1. a tax that is measured by the amount of business done (not on property or income from real estate)1
  2. remove by cutting1
    • The surgeon excised the tumor1
  3. remove by erasing or crossing out or as if by drawing a line1
  4. levy an excise tax on1

Wiktionary Translations for excise:

Cross Translation:
excise recortar herausschneiden — einen Teil aus einem Ganzen durch Schneiden abtrennen