-ate (to do)
(Latin: a suffix; to do, to make, to cause, or to act upon; to do something with)
"The solution was evaporated to dryness."3. To remove liquid from something, usually by heating, to produce a more concentrated or solid substance: "Bruce evaporated the oil by heating it enough to evaporate any remaining moisture."
4. To disappear gradually, or to fade away to nothing: "The militancy of the group had evaporated since their defeat by government forces."
"To evaporate something; such as, a metal film on a surface through the condensation of a gaseous or a steam substance."
With all of his ailments, Frank is fortunate to have such a loving and devoted wife.
2. To combine chemically with water.
3. To supply water to a person or thing in order to restore or to maintain fluid balance.
2. Anyone who has or demonstrates having very little or no education: In some parts of the world there are many illiterates who have had little or no formal or proper schooling.
2. Characterized or occasioned by anger: "She made an irate phone call for a taxi because the bus was so late."
3. Showing or typical of great anger: "His irate neighbors yelled at him for having such a loud party; especially, so late at night."
2. A judge in a lower court whose jurisdiction is limited to the trial of misdemeanors and the conduct of preliminary hearings on more serious charges: A magistrate has the job of carrying out the laws, but a magistrate normally does not make the final rulings on murder cases.
3. A minor law officer or member of a local judiciary with extremely limited powers: A magistrate can be a justice of the peace having administrative and limited judicial authority or who deals with traffic violations.
Doctor Nelson wants to medicate James, her patient, with a different prescription because he apparently has developed a strange allergy to the other drug.2. To include healing substances for treatment of an unhealthy condition: One of the shampoos that Erla has was medicated with a therapeutic chemical to prevent dandruff from developing on her head.
3. To chemically infuse a curative fluid with ingredients that improve one's bodily injuries: After falling on the ice and hurting herself badly, Lynn’s mother had to medicate her pains and bruises with a special ointment from the drug store.
Despite the dangers of severe flood warnings, Ted and his family were too obstinate to leave their house for a safer area.2. Relating to something which is very difficult to deal with and not easily overcome or removed: There was an obstinate stain on Jim's shirt which could not be removed even though it was washed twice.