AskDefine | Define elucubrate

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English

Etymology

From the past participle of Latin elucubrare ‘compose by lamplight’.

Pronunciation

/ɪˈluːkjʊbreɪt/

Verb

  1. To solve, write or compose by working studiously at night; to study.
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