transitive verb-·nat·ed, -·nat·ing
to extract gluten from (wheat, etc.)
Origin of deglutinatefrom Classical Latin deglutinatus, past participle of deglutinare, to unglue from de-, from + glutinare, to glue from gluten, glue
transitive verbde·glu·ti·nat·ed, de·glu·ti·nat·ing, de·glu·ti·nates
To extract the gluten from (wheat flour, for example).
Origin of deglutinateLatin dēglūtināre dēglūtināt- dē- de- glūten glutin- glue
(third-person singular simple present deglutinates, present participle deglutinating, simple past and past participle deglutinated)