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- (transitive) To make domestic.
- (transitive) To make fit for domestic life.
- (transitive) To adapt to live with humans.
- The Russian claims to have successfully domesticated foxes.
- (intransitive) To adapt to live with humans.
- Dogs have clearly domesticated more than cats.
- (transitive) To make a legal instrument recognized and enforceable in a jurisdiction foreign to the one in which the instrument was originally issued or created.
to make domestic
to make fit for domestic life
(transitive) to adapt to live with humans
(intransitive) to adapt to live with humans
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domesticate (plural domesticates)