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tr. v. vitiate
[1] to make faulty or defective; to impair the value or quality of; spoil. [2] to debase in moral or aesthetic status. [3] to pervert or morally corrupt. [3] to invalidate or render ineffective.

Etymology: Latin vitiatus, past participle of vitiare, from vitium fault, vice
Keywords: vandalise, deflower, ruin
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