Aerate

• (v. t.) To expose to the chemical action of air; to oxygenate (the blood) by respiration; to arterialize. • (v. t.) To supply or impregnate with common air; as, to aerate soil; to aerate water. • (v. t.) To combine or charge with gas; usually with carbonic acid gas, formerly called fixed air.
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Aerate

('aeration, aerify, aerification, punch') a machine is used to punch small diameter holes in ground
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(ER-ayt) - Aerate means the same as "sift." To pass dry ingredients through a fine-mesh sifter so large pieces can be removed. The process also incorporates air to make ingredients like flour, lighter.
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aerate

1. To combine or charge with gas; usually with carbonic acid gas, formerly called fixed air. 'His sparkling sallies bubbled up as from aerated natural fountains.' (Carlyle) ... 2. To supply or impregnate with common air; as, to aerate soil; to aerate water. ... 3. <physiology> To expose to the chemical action of air; to oxygenate (the blood) ...
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aerate

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

A'ër·ate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Aërated ; present participle & verbal noun Aërating ] [ Confer French aérer . See Air , transitive verb ] 1. To combine or charge ...
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Aerate

A synonym for sift; to pass ingredients through a fine-mesh device to break up large pieces and to incorporate air into the ingredients to make them lighter.
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aerate

aerate 1. To expose a substance to air or another gas; such as, the passing of air through a liquid substance, or the process of air entering the soil. 2. To expose to the action or effect of air or to cause air to circulate through. 3. To change or treat with air or a gas; especially, with carbon dioxide.
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Aerate

Forcing air to mix with wine, in order to further bring out the aromas and flavours. Aerating techniques include swirling wine in your glass & decanting.
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Aerate

Introduce air into a material, such as soil.
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Loosening soil to increase water penetration often with a garden fork
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Loosening or puncturing the soil to increase water penetration.
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aerate

Loosening or puncturing the soil to increase water penetration.
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Aerate

This refers to a manual process whereby an air stream is blown onto paper sheets to create a riffling effect that separates the sheets as they are fed to the printing press.
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Aerate

To incorporate air to make ingredients lighter. Sifting flour is an example of the process. Whipped butter is another. Air is whipped in, thus making the butter lighter and increase in volume.
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To loosen compacted soil to allow oxygen, water and nutrients to get below the surface. Punch holes into the lawn or remove plugs of soil from the lawn to aerate.
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Aerate

To loosen compacted soil to allow oxygen, water and nutrients to get below the surface. Punch holes into the lawn or remove plugs of soil from the lawn to aerate.
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To mix air into solution to provide oxygen for the yeast.
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Aerate

To mix air into solution to provide oxygen for the yeast.
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aerate

to mix with air
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aerate

Type: Term Pronunciation: ār′āt Definitions: 1. To supply (blood) with oxygen. 2. To expose to the circulation of air for purification. 3. To supply or charge (liquid) with a gas, especially carbon dioxide.
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