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de•con•tam•i•nate



Pronunciation: (dē"kun-tam'u-nāt"), [key]
v.t., -nated, -nat•ing.
1. to make (an object or area) safe for unprotected personnel by removing, neutralizing, or destroying any harmful substance, as radioactive material or poisonous gas.
2. to make free of contamination; purify: to decontaminate a sickroom.

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