Rotted



verb (used without object), rotted, rotting.
1.
to undergo decomposition; decay.
2.
to deteriorate, disintegrate, fall, or become weak due to decay (often followed by away, from, off, etc.).
3.
to languish, as in confinement.
4.
to become morally corrupt or offensive.
verb (used with object), rotted, rotting.
5.
to cause to rot:
Dampness rots wood.
6.
to cause moral decay in; cause to become morally corrupt.
7.
to ret (flax, hemp, etc.).
noun
8.
the process of rotting.
9.
the state of being rotten; decay; putrefaction:
the rot of an old house.
10.
rotting or rotten matter:
the rot and waste of a swamp.
11.
moral or social decay or corruption.
12.
Pathology. any disease characterized by decay.
13.
Plant Pathology.

any of various forms of decay produced by fungi or bacteria.
any disease so characterized.

14.
Veterinary Pathology. a bacterial infection of sheep and cattle characterized by decay of the hoofs, caused by Fusobacterium necrophorum in cattle and Bacteroides nodosus in sheep.
15.
nonsense.
interjection
16.
(used to express disagreement, distaste, or disgust.)
verb rots, rotting, rotted
1.
to decay or cause to decay as a result of bacterial or fungal action
2.
(intransitive; usually foll by off or away) to fall or crumble (off) or break (away), as from natural decay, corrosive action, or long use
3.
(intransitive) to become weak, debilitated, or depressed through inertia, confinement, etc; languish: rotting in prison
4.
to become or cause to become morally corrupt or degenerate
5.
(transitive) (textiles) another word for ret
noun
6.
the process of rotting or the state of being rotten
7.
something decomposed, disintegrated, or degenerate related adjective putrid
8.
short for dry rot
9.
(pathol) any putrefactive decomposition of tissues
10.
a condition in plants characterized by breakdown and decay of tissues, caused by bacteria, fungi, etc
11.
(vet science) a contagious fungal disease of the feet of sheep characterized by inflammation, swelling, a foul-smelling discharge, and lameness
12.
(also interjection) nonsense; rubbish
abbreviation
1.
rotation (of a mathematical function)
rot
(rŏt)
Verb To undergo decomposition, especially organic decomposition; decay.

Noun Any of several plant diseases characterized by the breakdown of tissue and caused by various bacteria or fungi.
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ROT
1.
registered options trader
2.
right occipitotransverse (position)

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