rotate

[v] - exchange on a regular basis 2. [v] - cause to turn on an axis or center 3. [v] - perform a job or duty on a rotating basis 4. [v] - plant or grow in a fixed cyclic order of succession
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Rotate

• (v. i.) To cause to turn round or revolve, as a wheel around an axle. • (a.) Having the parts spreading out like a wheel; wheel-shaped; as, a rotate spicule or scale; a rotate corolla, i.e., a monopetalous corolla with a flattish border, and no tube or a very short one. • (v. i.) To perform any act, function, or operation in turn, ...
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rotate

[Verb] To turn something round, or to take turns.
Example: Crops are rotated to improve the fertility of the soil.
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Rotate

Ro'tate adjective [ Latin rotatus , past participle of rotare to turn round like a wheel, from rota wheel. See Rotary , and confer Roue .] Having the parts spreading out like a wheel; wheel-shaped; as, a rotate spicule or scale; a rotate corolla, i...
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Rotate

Ro'tate intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Rotated ; present participle & verbal noun Rotating .] 1. To turn, as a wheel, round an axis; to revolve. 2. To perform any act, function, or operation in turn, to h...
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rotate

1. <anatomy> To turn. ... 2. <plant biology> Circular and flattened, for example of a corolla with a very short tube and spreading lobes. ... (17 Dec 1997) ...
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Rotate

a rotate corolla is wheel-shaped with a short tube and a wide horizontally flaring limb
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Rotate

a rotate corolla is wheel-shaped with a short tube and a wide horizontally flaring limb
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rotate

circular and flattened; for example a corolla with a very short tube and spreading lobes (for instance some Solanaceae).
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Rotate

Describing a corolla that has a short tubular portion and widely spreading lobes so that the whole corolla is saucer-shaped.
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rotate

Latin rota = wheel; hence, to turn, and rotation, the act of turning.
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rotate

return home at the end of a deployment.
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Rotate

To change the location each year (usually in a 3 to 4 year cycle) in which a particular vegetable crop is grown, to reduce the threat from soil-borne diseases.
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Rotate

To change the location each year (usually in a 3- to 4-year cycle) in which a particular vegetable crop is grown, to reduce the threat from soil-borne diseases.
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Rotate

To plant crops in a different place each growing season; many experts specify using a 3-year rotation, which means in one spot in the garden, you plant a different crop three years in a row before repeating the same crop in that spot again; this planting practicehelps minimize pests and diseases
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rotate

to turn around a center point, or axis, like a wheel turns on a bicycle
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rotate

wheel shaped; applied to a corolla with a very short tube and a broad upper part which is flared at right angles to the tube. cf. salverform
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Rotate

Wheel-shaped; with short or obsolete tube and a flat and circular limb.
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Rotate

When an object spins it is said to be rotating.
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