Sublate
Sublate Sub"late, v. t. [From sublatus, used as p. p. of tollere to take away. See {Tolerate}.] To take or carry away; to remove. [R.] --E. Hall. [1913 Webster]

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  • sublate — [səb lāt′] vt. sublated, sublating 〚< L sublatus (suppletive pp. of tollere, to lift up, take away, annul) < sub , up (see SUB ) + latus, suppletive pp. of ferre, to BEAR1〛 …   Universalium

  • sublate — [səb lāt′] vt. sublated, sublating [< L sublatus (suppletive pp. of tollere, to lift up, take away, annul) < sub , up (see SUB ) + latus, suppletive pp. of ferre, to BEAR1] Logic to deny, contradict, or negate …   English World dictionary

  • sublate — transitive verb (sublated; sublating) Etymology: Latin sublatus (past participle of tollere to take away, lift up), from sub up + latus, past participle of ferre to carry more at sub , tolerate, bear Date: 1838 1. negate, deny 2. to negate or… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • sublate — verb To negate, deny or contradict …   Wiktionary

  • sublate — [sə bleɪt] verb Philosophy assimilate (a smaller entity) into a larger one. Derivatives sublation noun Origin C19 (earlier (C16) as sublation): from L. sublat taken away , from sub from below + lat (from the stem of tollere take away ) …   English new terms dictionary

  • sublate — sub·late …   English syllables

  • sublate — /sʌbˈleɪt/ (say sub layt) verb (t) (sublated, sublating) (in Hegelian philosophy) to set aside but not wholly to dispense with; supersede while retaining something of the nature of what is superseded. {Latin sub sub + latus, past participle,… …   Australian English dictionary

  • sublate —   v.t. deny; cancel; reduce, especially an idea to subordinate part of a greater unity.    ♦ sublation, n.    ♦ sublative, a. tending to remove …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • sublate — ˌsəˈblāt transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Latin sublatus (suppletive past participle of tollere to take away, lift up), from sub up + latus carried, suppletive past participle of ferre to carry more at sub , tolerate …   Useful english dictionary

  • Aufheben — is a German word with several seemingly contradictory meanings, including to lift up, to abolish, or to sublate. [http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende lang=de searchLoc=0 cmpType=relaxed sectHdr=on spellToler=on search=aufheben relink=on] In… …   Wikipedia

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