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predigest

(prē′dī-jĕst′, -dĭ-)
tr.v. predi·gested, predi·gesting, predi·gests
1. To subject (food) to partial digestion, usually through an enzymatic or chemical process, before ingestion.
2. To render in a simpler style or form.

pre′di·ges′tion n.
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