dealated

Dealated vs Deflated - What's the difference?

dealated | deflated |


As an adjective dealated

is (entomology) having shed or lost its wings, usually in the normal course of its life cycle.

As a verb deflated is

(deflate).

Dealated vs Delated - What's the difference?

dealated | delated |


As an adjective dealated

is (entomology) having shed or lost its wings, usually in the normal course of its life cycle.

As a verb delated is

(delate).

Dealated vs Dealbated - What's the difference?

dealated | dealbated |


As an adjective dealated

is (entomology) having shed or lost its wings, usually in the normal course of its life cycle.

As a verb dealbated is

(dealbate).

Taxonomy vs Dealated - What's the difference?

taxonomy | dealated |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective dealated is

(entomology) having shed or lost its wings, usually in the normal course of its life cycle.

Dealated vs Dealate - What's the difference?

dealated | dealate | Synonyms |

Dealated is a synonym of dealate.


In entomology|lang=en terms the difference between dealated and dealate

is that dealated is (entomology) having shed or lost its wings, usually in the normal course of its life cycle while dealate is (entomology).

As adjectives the difference between dealated and dealate

is that dealated is (entomology) having shed or lost its wings, usually in the normal course of its life cycle while dealate is (entomology).