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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishde-de- /diː, dɪ/ prefix  1 XXshows an opposite deindustrialization (=becoming less industrial)2 XXshows that something is removed Debone the fish (=remove its bones). The king was dethroned (=removed from power).3 XXshows that something is reduced The government have devalued the currency.
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de-a depopulated area
DEDEthe written abbreviation of Delaware