imbricate (not comparable)

  1. Having regular overlapping edges; intertwined.

imbricate (imbricates, present participle imbricating; past and past participle imbricated)

  1. (transitive or intransitive) To overlap in a regular pattern.
  2. (linguistics) To undergo or cause to undergo imbrication.
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