Activate

To turn on, supply power, or enable systems, equipment, or devices to become active by normal operating controls. Examples include turning on the gas or water supply valves to the fixtures and appliances and activating electrical breakers or fuses.
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Activate

• (v. t.) To make active.
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activate

1. To render activity. ... 2. To become active. ... 3. <chemistry> To convert (a compound, as a provitamin or enzyme) into an active form or different compound, especially. Into one that has a particular biological action (for example ergosterol by irradiation to vitamin D2 for use in treating rickets). ... (13 Nov 1997) ...
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activate

1.to render activity. 2.to become active. 3.to convert (a compound, as a provitamin or enzyme) into an active form or different compound, esp. into one that has a particular biological action (e.g. ergosterol by irradiation to vitamin D2 for use in treating rickets).
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activate

verb aerate (sewage) so as to favor the growth of organisms that decompose organic matter
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activate

verb make active or more active; `activate an old file`
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Activate

Ac'ti·vate transitive verb To make active. [ Obsolete]
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activate

activate 1. To set in motion; to make active or more active. 2. To organize or to create (a military unit, for example): 'The governor had to activate the National Guard.' 3. To treat (sewage) with aeration and bacteria to aid decomposition. 4. In chemistry, to accelerate a reaction in, as by heat. 5. In physics, to make (a substance) radioacti...
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activate

In biology, to stimulate a cell in a resting state to become active. This causes biochemical and functional changes in the activated cell.
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Activate

Process of commence lease billing.
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Activate

Process of commence lease billing.
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Activate

The phase in a lesson where students have the opportunity tpractice language forms. See “controlled practice”, “guided practice”, and “free practice”.
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activate

Type: Term Pronunciation: ak′ti-vāt Definitions: 1. To render active. 2. To make radioactive.
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activate

[v] - make more adsorptive 2. [v] - aerate (sewage) so as to favor the growth of organisms that decompose organic matter 3. [v] - make (substances) radioactive 4. [v] - make active or more active
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