having undergone decomposition.
(of a feather) having the barbs separate, hanging loosely, and not interconnected by barbules.
verb (used with object), decomposed, decomposing.
to separate or resolve into constituent parts or elements; disintegrate:
The bacteria decomposed the milk into its solid and liquid elements.
verb (used without object), decomposed, decomposing.
to rot; putrefy:
The egg began to decompose after a day in the sun.
to break down (organic matter) or (of organic matter) to be broken down physically and chemically by bacterial or fungal action; rot
(chem) to break down or cause to break down into simpler chemical compounds
to break up or separate into constituent parts
(transitive) (maths) to express in terms of a number of independent simpler components, as a set as a canonical union of disjoint subsets, or a vector into orthogonal components

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