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defatted

 [de-fat´ed]
deprived of fat.

defatted

(dē-făt′ĕd) [L. de, from, + AS. faelt, to fatten]
Freed from or deprived from fat, e.g., by trimming fat away, skimming fat from the surface of a liquid, or draining fat from a food. Defatting is a practice used by dieters to reduce the fat and caloric content of a meal.

defatted

1. fat is removed from the tissue by fat solvents.
2. deprived of fat as a food.
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