irrigate

[v] - supply with a constant flow or sprinkling of some liquid, for the purpose of cooling, cleansing, or disinfecting
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Irrigate

Irrigate: To wash out as, for example, a wound to clean it.
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Irrigate

Ir'riĀ·gate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Irrigated ; present participle & verbal noun Irrigating .] [ Latin irrigatus , past participle of irrigare to irrigate: ir- in + rigare to water; prob...
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irrigate

1. To water; to wet; to moisten with running or dropping water; to bedew. ... 2. <agriculture> To water, as land, by causing a stream to flow upon, over, or through it, as in artificial channels. ... Origin: L. Irrigatus, p. P. Of irrigare to irrigate: ir- in + rigare to water; prob. Akin to E. Rain. See Rain. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ...
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irrigate

verb supply with a constant flow or sprinkling of some liquid, for the purpose of cooling, cleansing, or disinfecting; `irrigate the wound`
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Irrigate

• (v. t.) To water, as land, by causing a stream to flow upon, over, or through it, as in artificial channels. • (v. t.) To water; to wet; to moisten with running or dropping water; to bedew.
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Irrigate

Encourage the growth of a crop by supplying extra water.
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irrigate

Type: Term Pronunciation: ir′i-gāt Definitions: 1. To perform irrigation.
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Irrigate

Encourage the growth of a crop by supplying extra water.
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