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rotate

(rō-tāt) [L. rotare, to turn]
To twist or revolve.

rotate

(of a corolla of a flower) having petals at right-angles to the axis forming a wheel shape.
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(2) The stable horizontal stress of the rotative pressure-arch was the largest under the same ground stress condition, and the rotative pressure-arch was more difficult to form.
A couple of strings are attached to a rotative electrical motor and twisted on one end, whereas on the other end the strings are connected to a linear moving element, that is, the load.
Thus, the rotative switching pattern results in uniform power distribution among the inverter cells.
The rotative speed difference of the inner and outer roter is [DELTA][omega] = [[omega].sub.2] - [[omega].sub.1].
The engines are the largest surviving and working Woolf compound rotative beam engines in the country.
Sections of 5 pm were cut using a rotative microtome and slides of transverse sections were collected and colored with hematoxylin-eosin (HE).
This invention, added to the efficient utilisation of rotative steam power by Boulton and Watt of Birmingham, provided Manchester with the wherewithal to achieve the status of an industrial city after Birmingham had.
Qu'on parle de video, d'animation numerique, de composition generative ou d'art Internet, les editions numeriques de ces oeuvres sont plus proches de leurs originaux que la photographie d'une peinture ou la vue rotative d'une sculpture.
Their right and left curved shape allows to better follow the implant surface assuring the maximum alveolar bone saving as well as the maximum cut precision compared with a traditional rotative instruments or trepan drills.
This position is held on a rotative manner by the representatives of the Pacific and Caribbean states (8).