carbon-date

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carbon-date ‎(third-person singular simple present carbon-dates, present participle carbon-dating, simple past and past participle carbon-dated)

  1. To gauge the age of an organic material by comparing the ratio of carbon isotopes.
    After carbon-dating the artifact, the archaeologist determined that it was of late bronze age manufacture.

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