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  • abominate — transitive verb ( nated; nating) Etymology: Latin abominatus, past participle of abominari, literally, to deprecate as an ill omen, from ab + omin , omen omen Date: 1628 to hate or loathe intensely ; abhor Synonyms: see hate • …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • assassinate — transitive verb ( nated; nating) Date: 1607 1. to injure or destroy unexpectedly and treacherously 2. to murder (a usually prominent person) by sudden or secret attack often for political reasons Synonyms: see kill • assassination …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bombinate — intransitive verb ( nated; nating) Etymology: New Latin bombinatus, past participle of bombinare, alteration of Latin bombilare, from bombus Date: 1880 buzz, drone • bombination noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • brominate — transitive verb ( nated; nating) Date: 1873 to treat or cause to combine with bromine or a compound of bromine • bromination noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cachinnate — intransitive verb ( nated; nating) Etymology: Latin cachinnatus, past participle of cachinnare, of imitative origin Date: 1824 to laugh loudly or immoderately • cachinnation noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • catenate — transitive verb ( nated; nating) Etymology: Latin catenatus, past participle of catenare, from catena Date: circa 1623 to connect in a series ; link • catenation noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • chlorinate — transitive verb ( nated; nating) Date: 1855 to treat or combine with chlorine or a chlorine compound • chlorination noun • chlorinator noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • conglutinate — verb ( nated; nating) Etymology: Latin conglutinatus, past participle of conglutinare to glue together, from com + glutin , gluten glue more at gluten Date: 1546 transitive verb to unite by or as if by a glutinous substance intransit …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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