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aerate (verb), aerates; aerated; aerating
1. To expose a substance to air or another gas: Air can aerate a liquid substance, or air can aerate the soil when digging into the ground and turning over parts of it.
2. To provide oxygen by the procedure of respiration: Blood is aerated by oxygen in an individual's body.
3. To change or treat with air or a gas: To make soda or carbonated water, it is aerated with gas.
This entry is located in the following units: aero-, aer-, aeri- (page 1) -ate (to do) (page 1)
aerated (adjective), more aerated, most aerated
Related to a supply of air, especially, by bubbling air through a solution: The aerated water tasted better than water without being carbonated!
This entry is located in the following unit: aero-, aer-, aeri- (page 1)