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educate (EJ uh kayt", EJ yoo kayt") (verb), educates; educated; educating
1. To give knowledge to or to develop the abilities of someone by teaching: Janet decided to study English and German at the university in order to educate students in these subjects in the high school.
2. To arrange schooling for someone: The Johnson’s wanted to have their son educated in a private school, because they thought it would be better than in a public school.
3. To train, to instruct, or to improve somebody's awareness about a particular field of study: There were certain weeks set aside in school for specialists to educate the children about eating properly and staying healthy.
4. Etymology: from Latin educatus, past participle of educare "to lead out"; from ex-, "out" + ducere, "to lead".
Word Entries at Get Words: “educate
educate (EJ uh kayt", EJ yoo kayt")
Here is a cate that discusses a term that most people have experienced for many years not only in schools, colleges, and universities; but also, in other institutions that prepare people for various vocations and how to adapt themselves to having a better life.
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