Aerate appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):
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Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the verb aerate:
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Definition of the verb aerate
What does aerate mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: aerated | aerating | aerates
- expose to fresh air
- aerate (sewage) so as to favor the growth of organisms that decompose organic matter
- impregnate, combine, or supply with oxygen
Alternative definition of the verb aerate
- To supply oxygen or air.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for aerate
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A Dictionary of Discriminated Synonyms with Antonyms and Analogous and Contrasted Words by Merriam-Webster, Inc
Aerate is the general term and interchangeable in certain phrases with any of the others; the last three are specific terms which are not freely interchangeable...
Aerate means to supply or impregnate with air or to expose to the action of air.
Rays from the Rose Cross (1920)
A Magazine of Mystic Light
Every ounce of food swallowed that the gastric juice cannot digest and the lungs aerate is a poison. And remember this: Nature does not furnish an amount of gastric juice sufficient for the food you may eat, but only for the food that your system ...
The Advanced Word-builder (1894)
A Spelling-book Designed for Use in Grammar and High-school Grades, Academies, and Normal Schools. Containing Systematic and Progressive Exercises in Word-building, Word-analysis, Defining, and Composition by A. J. Beitzel
The word aerate is an English derivative, formed from the Greek root a'er (aqp) by the use of the suffix ate. The root a'er signifies air, and ate signifies to perform or cause ; hence the meaning of the derivative is to put air into. The word disaster ...
The Elements of Cooking (2007)
Translating the Chef's Craft for Every Kitchen by Michael Ruhlman
Aerate: To aerate means to incorporate air or a gas into food or liquid (a batter, a puree, a custard, a sauce) with a whisk, with a blender, with steam, or by pouring. Aeration can increase volume and enhance texture. A sabayon is aerated with ...
A Reference Handbook of the Medical Sciences Embracing the Entire Range of Scientific and Allied Sciences (1894)
by Albert Henry Buck
—- A aerate is a preparation whose basis is an admixture of a fatty and a wax body or bodies, so proportioned as that the product sha 1 be of fairly firm consistence, and of a melting-point above that of the temperature ...
The cantharidal aerate is the most important, and when spread on adhesive plaster in such thickness as to obliterate the yellow ...
by Maurice Waite
aerate /air-ayt/ v. (aerates, aerating, aerated) introduce air into something. aeration n. aerator n. – origin Latin aer 'air'. aerial n. a structure that sends out or receives radio or television signals. adj. 1 existing or taking place in the air.
[Aerate.] . „ , . y,'' - „ „ , , . . . , Atrial torpedo: A shell projectile charged with aerated bread, a. Broad formed by forcing dynamite, guncotton. or other high explosive. It is carbonic dioxide, generally .called carbonic acicT, projected tlirough the air ...
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
aerate. 3 air 6 aerify 9 oxygenate, ventilate. aerial.
Dictionary of Energy (2014)
by Cutler J. Cleveland, Christopher G. Morris
aerate Physics. to expose a substance to air or another gas, e.g., the passing of air through a liquid substance, or the process of air entering the soil. Thus, aeration. aeration cell Electricity. a device that generates ...
by Robert Alan Lewis
aerate. 1: to expose to fresh air; to ventilate or air (as a room). Cf. aerify. 2: to supply (blood) with oxygen by respiration. 3a: to introduce air into a substance, especially to ...
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)
by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis
aero-, aer-, combining form meaning 'air or gas': aerobe, aerate. Aerobacter aerogenes. See Enterobacter cloacae.
by Ian J. McColm
aerate. Verb. To introduce air into a slurry by stirring or other means of agitation. aerated concrete. Noun. Concrete containing a substantial amount of entrapped air, which was introduced into the mass ...
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Scrabble value of A1E1R1A1T1E1
The value of this 6-letter word is 6 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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