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Latin dēplēre dēplēt- to empty dē- de- plēre to fill pelə-1 in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Latin dēplētus (“empty”), from Latin depleo
Fans were coming up in the break to rapidly deplete the pile.
Wind energy does not pollute the environment or deplete resources.
Boiling can deplete the meat of some of its flavor if overcooked.
As coal and other natural resources continue to deplete, scientists and researchers have found ways to harness renewable sources of energy to provide electricity to people all over the world.
The goal is to cleanse the body, not deplete it.
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