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  • 1 How 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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  • 2 operate at a gain — operate with profit, work in way that earns profit …

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  • 3 operate — operatable, adj. /op euh rayt /, v., operated, operating. v.i. 1. to work, perform, or function, as a machine does: This engine does not operate properly. 2. to work or use a machine, apparatus, or the like. 3. to act effectively; produce an… …

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  • 4 Operate — Single by Peaches from the album Fatherfucker Released …

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  • 5 Operate — Op er*ate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Operated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Operating}.] [L. operatus, p. p. of operari to work, fr. opus, operis, work, labor; akin to Skr. apas, and also to G. [ u]ben to exercise, OHG. uoben, Icel. [ae]fa. Cf. {Inure},… …

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  • 6 operate — I verb accomplish, achieve, act, act upon, administer, administrate, assume responsibility, attain, bring about, caretake, carry into execution, carry on, carry out, cause, command, conduct, control, deal with, direct, discharge, do, drive,… …

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  • 7 operate — ► VERB 1) (of a machine, process, etc.) be in action; function. 2) control the functioning of (a machine or process). 3) (with reference to an organization) manage or be managed. 4) (of an armed force) conduct military activities. 5) be in effect …

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  • 8 operate — verb 1 machine ADVERB ▪ effectively, efficiently, reliably ▪ normally, properly ▪ The equipment was not operating properly. ▪ continuous …

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  • 9 operate */*/*/ — UK [ˈɒpəreɪt] / US [ˈɑpəˌreɪt] verb Word forms operate : present tense I/you/we/they operate he/she/it operates present participle operating past tense operated past participle operated 1) a) [intransitive] if equipment operates, it works and… …

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  • 10 operate — op|er|ate [ apə,reıt ] verb *** ▸ 1 equipment: work ▸ 2 organization: work ▸ 3 make medical cut in body ▸ 4 system: be available ▸ 5 rule: have effect ▸ 6 do something in a particular way 1. ) intransitive if equipment operates, it works and does …

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  • 11 operate — verb 1》 (with reference to a machine, process, etc.) function or control the functioning of: market forces were allowed to operate freely. 2》 (with reference to an organization) manage or be managed and run.     ↘(of an armed force) conduct… …

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  • 12 operate on — phr verb Operate on is used with these nouns as the object: ↑margin …

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  • 13 operate — [c]/ˈɒpəreɪt / (say opuhrayt) verb (operated, operating) –verb (i) 1. to work or run, as a machine does. 2. to work or use a machine, apparatus, or the like. 3. (sometimes followed by on or upon) to act effectively; exert force or influence: now… …

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  • 14 operate — Synonyms and related words: act, angle, be caught short, be effective, be in action, be responsible for, be short, behave, belong, brew, bucket, bucketshop, cabal, carry on, carry out, carry through, chart a course, collude, complot, concoct,… …

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  • 15 operate — South African Slang Origin: South African Indian slang have sex with …

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  • 16 operate — 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 …

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  • 17 co-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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  • 18 collaborate - co-operate — ◊ collaborate When people collaborate on a project, they work together in order to produce something. For example, two writers can collaborate to produce a single piece of writing. Anthony and I are collaborating on a paper for the conference.… …

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  • 19 go along with — I. agree to, co operate with    If you go along with the crime, you ll be as guilty as they are. II. pretend you do not know, play along    If we have a surprise party for Kay, will you go along with it? …

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  • 20 Children With Leukaemia — is a British charitable organisation, inaugurated by Diana, Princess of Wales on 12 January 1988, that provides funding for research into the prevention and cure of childhood leukaemia including Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (lymphoid) (ALL) and… …

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