transitive verb-·lat·ed, -·lat·ing
to remove hair from (a part of the body)
Origin of depilatefrom Classical Latin depilatus, past participle of depilare, to deprive of hair from de-, from + pilus, hair
transitive verbdep·i·lat·ed, dep·i·lat·ing, dep·i·lates
To remove hair from (the body).
Origin of depilateLatin dēpilāre dēpilāt- dē- de- pilāre to deprive of hair ( from pilus hair )
(third-person singular simple present depilates, present participle depilating, simple past and past participle depilated)
- To remove hair from the body.