Dissertate

Dis'ser·tate intransitive verb [ Latin dissertatus , past participle of dissertare to discuss, intents, from disserere . See Dissert .] To deal in dissertation; to write dissertations; to discourse. [ R.] J. Foster.
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Dissertate

• (v. i.) To deal in dissertation; to write dissertations; to discourse.
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dissertate

dissertate 1. To formally discourse or to present a formal viewpoint. 2. To discuss a subject fully and learnedly; to discourse.
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