operate

  • 41operate — op·er·ate || É‘pÉ™reɪt / É’p v. act, function; manage, use, activate; perform surgery …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 42operate — As it relates to an aircraft, it means to fly or use the aircraft, or to cause or permit the aircraft to fly, be used, or be in any place, whether or not the person is present with the aircraft. Operator (operator) has a corresponding meaning …

    Aviation dictionary

  • 43operate — I. v. n. [Followed by on or upon.] Act, work, have effect, have influence. II. v. a. 1. Produce, effect, cause, occasion. 2. Work …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 44operate — v 1. work, perform, act, go, Sl. fly; function, serve, Sl. do one s thing or stuff. 2. run, manage, handle, manipulate, conduct, maneuver, make go; use, utilize, employ, practice, ply. 3. effect, effectuate, engineer, bring about, produce; induce …

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  • 45operate — op·er·ate …

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  • 46operate — op•er•ate [[t]ˈɒp əˌreɪt[/t]] v. at•ed, at•ing 1) to work, perform, or function, as a machine does 2) to exert force or influence (often fol. by on or upon) 3) to perform some process of work or treatment 4) srg to perform a surgical procedure 5) …

    From formal English to slang

  • 47operate —    Oki, kaha (surgically); hana (do) …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 48operate — / ɒpəreɪt/ verb to do business, or to run a business or a machine ▪▪▪ ‘…the company gets valuable restaurant locations which will be converted to the family style restaurant chain that it operates and franchises throughout most parts of the US’… …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 49operate — To perform a function, or operation, or produce an effect. See operation …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 50operate — To perform surgery. To control the movement of a machine or instrumentality. To direct or superintend. Bosse v Marye, 80 Cal App 109, 118. To function. As applied to a streetcar, the word is held not to be limited to a state of motion produced by …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 51operate — v. 1 tr. manage, work, control; put or keep in a functional state. 2 intr. be in action; function. 3 intr. produce an effect; exercise influence (the tax operates to our disadvantage). 4 intr. (often foll. by on) a perform a surgical operation. b …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 52operate jointly — index concur (agree) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

    Law dictionary

  • 53operate, run at a loss — operate, run, etc. at a loss ► FINANCE, COMMERCE to fail to make a profit in a business: »Of the 235 large industrial projects, 46 are running at a loss. → Compare GAIN(Cf. ↑gain) noun, PROFIT(Cf. ↑profit) noun …

    Financial and business terms

  • 54operate, run, etc. at a loss — ► FINANCE, COMMERCE to fail to make a profit in a business: »Of the 235 large industrial projects, 46 are running at a loss. → Compare GAIN(Cf. ↑gain) noun, PROFIT(Cf. ↑profit) noun …

    Financial and business terms

  • 55operate at a gain — operate with profit, work in way that earns profit …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 56Operate-Leasing — Das operative Leasing (auf Englisch auch Operate Leasing oder Operatingleasing genannt) ist eine Form des Leasing, die der Miete weitgehend ähnlich ist, jedoch in vielen Fällen weitere mietuntypische Dienstleistungen einschließt. Wesentliche… …

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  • 57operate at a loss — run even though it is losing money, operate while losing money …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 58How We Operate — All Too Much redirects here. For the similarly titled song by The Beatles, see It s All Too Much. How We Operate Studio album by Gomez …

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  • 59How to Operate with a Blown Mind — Infobox Album | Name = How To Operate With A Blown Mind Type = Album Artist = Lo Fidelity Allstars Released = May 25, 1998 Recorded = Genre = Big Beat Length = 69:06 Label = Skint Records/Columbia Records Producer = Lo Fidelity Allstars Reviews …

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  • 60co-operate — ♦♦♦ co operates, co operating, co operated also cooperate 1) V RECIP If you co operate with someone, you work with them or help them for a particular purpose. You can also say that two people co operate. [V with n] The UN had been co operating… …

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