- cut off the head of (someone)；attempt to undermine (a group or organization) by removing its leaders
verb: decapitate, 3rd person present: decapitates, gerund or present participle: decapitating, past tense: decapitated, past participle: decapitated
- 1. cut off the head of (someone) with one swift movement, he decapitated the king
- ▪ attempt to undermine (a group or organization) by removing its leaders the Church had been decapitated by the arrest and deportation of all its bishops
- cut off the head of (a person or animal): with one swift movement, he decapitated the king
Oxford American Dictionary
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