ATE

Automatic Test Equipment

ATE

Automated Test Equipment

ate

  1. goddess of criminal rashness and its punishment
  2. take in solid food
  3. take in food; used of animals only
  4. worry or cause anxiety in a persistent way

Atë

Atë, Até or Aite (iː or i; ἄτη) is the Greek goddess of mischief, delusion, ruin, and folly. Até also refers to the action performed by the hero, usually because of hubris, that often leads to his or her death or downfall. Her parent was either Zeus or Eris. In Homer`s Iliad (Book 19) she is called eldest daughter of Zeus with no mother m....
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Ate

• (n.) The goddess of mischievous folly; also, in later poets, the goddess of vengeance. • the preterit of Eat. • (imp.) of Eat
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Ate

(Mexican) Thick fruit jelly, typically made of quince or guave and often served with cheese.
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Ate

noun goddess of criminal rashness and its punishment
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Ate

A'te noun [ Greek ....] (Greek. Myth.) The goddess of mischievous folly; also, in later poets, the goddess of vengeance.
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Ate

Ate (?; 277), the preterit of Eat .
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ATE

Assistant Ticket Examiner
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ATE

Association of Teacher Educators
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Ate

Ate (ā'tē) , in Greek mythology, personification of the rash temper that leads men to folly and misfortune. She was the daughter of Zeus, who, angered by her mischief, cast her from Olympus. In Greek tragedy she was an avenger of evil deeds and thus was similar to Nemesis and the Fur...
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ate

ate (AYT) Past tense of eat: 'They ate their dinner earlier than usual.'
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Ate

Ate was the Greek goddess of hate, injustice, crime, and retribution, daughter of Zeus according to Homer, but of Eris (Strife) according to Hesiod.
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ATE

Automatic Test Equipment
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Ate

goddess whose name means ?folly? or ?delusion.? Her mother is Eris. She is there whenever a hero is brought down, often by his own hubris.
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Ate

Greek mythological figure who induced rash and ruinous actions by both gods and men. She made Zeus—on the day he expected the Greek hero Heracles, ... [1 related articles]
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Ate

Hitting
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Ate

In Greek mythology, the personification of infatuation or criminal folly (failure to distinguish between good and bad courses of action). She was the daughter...
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ATE

See Automatic Test Equipment
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Ate

[n] - goddess of criminal rashness and its punishment
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