[kom-uh-noot, -nyoot] /ˈkɒm əˌnut, -ˌnyut/
verb (used with object), comminuted, comminuting.
to pulverize; triturate.
comminuted; divided into small parts.
to break (a bone) into several small fragments
to divide (property) into small lots
(transitive) to pulverize
1620s, from Latin comminutus, past participle of comminuere “to lessen, break into smaller parts,” from com- “together” (see com-) + minuere “to make smaller” (see minus). Related: Comminuted; comminuting.
Broken into fragments. Used of a fractured bone.
comminute com·mi·nute (kŏm’ə-nōōt’, -nyōōt’)
v. com·mi·nut·ed, com·mi·nut·ing, com·mi·nutes
To reduce to powder; to pulverize.
noun 1. a fracture of a bone in which the separated parts are splintered or fragmented. noun 1. a fracture in which the bone is splintered or fragmented comminuted fracture n. A fracture in which the bone is splintered, crushed, or broken into pieces. comminuted fracture (kŏm’ə-n’tĭd) See under fracture.
[kom-uh-noo-ter, -nyoo-] /ˈkɒm əˌnu tər, -ˌnyu-/ noun 1. a machine that pulverizes solids, as in waste treatment.
[kaw-mee; English kuh-mee] /kɔˈmi; English kəˈmi/ noun, plural commis [kaw-mee; English kuh-meez] /kɔˈmi; English kəˈmiz/ (Show IPA). French. 1. an assistant, especially to a chef. /ˈkɒmɪs; ˈkɒmɪ/ noun (pl) -mis 1. an agent or deputy adjective 2. (of a waiter or chef) apprentice
[kuh-miz-uh-reyt] /kəˈmɪz əˌreɪt/ verb (used with object), commiserated, commiserating. 1. to feel or express sorrow or sympathy for; empathize with; pity. verb (used without object), commiserated, commiserating. 2. to sympathize (usually followed by with): They commiserated with him over the loss of his job. /kəˈmɪzəˌreɪt/ verb 1. when intr, usually foll by with. to feel […]