- activate vtr1 gen, Tech faire démarrer [machine, system] ; actionner [button, switch] ; déclencher [alarm, procedure] ; stimuler [brain, memory] ;2 Nucl rendre [qch] radioactif ;3 US Mil mettre [qch] sur pied [unit] ;4 Chem activer.
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Activate — Жанр Евродэнс Годы 1993 1996 Страна … Википедия
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activate — activate, actuate Activate (17c) originally meant ‘to make active’ (as in activate the lungs). It fell out of use for a time at the end of the 19c, and was marked as obsolete in the first OED. New uses in physics, chemistry, and other branches of … Modern English usage
activate — 1 energize, *vitalize Analogous words: animate, vivify, *quicken, enliven: *stir, rouse, arouse, rally, awaken Antonyms: arrest 2 Activate, actuate, motivate are sometimes confused when used with reference to persons and the motives which govern… … New Dictionary of Synonyms
Activate — Ac ti*vate, v. t. To make active. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
activate — I verb accelerate, actuate, animate, boost, drive, empower, energize, enliven, excite, excite to action, impel, initiate, intensify, launch, maintain, motivate, originate, prompt, quicken, step up, stimulate, stir, urge II index empower, launch… … Law dictionary
activate — (v.) 1620s; see ACTIVE (Cf. active) + ATE (Cf. ate) (2). Related: Activated; activating … Etymology dictionary
activate — [v] initiate something; start a function actify, actuate, arouse, call up, energize, impel, mobilize, motivate, move, prompt, propel, rouse, set in motion, start, stimulate, stir, switch on, take out of mothballs*, trigger, turn on; concept 234… … New thesaurus
activate — ► VERB 1) make active or operative. 2) convert (a substance, molecule, etc.) into a reactive form. DERIVATIVES activation noun activator noun … English terms dictionary
activate — [ak′tə vāt΄] vt. activated, activating 1. to make active; cause to engage in activity 2. to put (an inactive military unit) on an active status by assigning personnel, equipment, etc. to it 3. to make radioactive 4. to make capable of reacting or … English World dictionary
Activate — Chartplatzierungen Erklärung der Daten Singles Save Me DE 25 13.02.1995 … Deutsch Wikipedia