Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
Late 18th century; Latin from Latin aer ‘air’ + -ate, influenced by French aérer
  • oxygenate
  • aerify
  • freshen
  • ventilate
  • unavailable
to expose to the action or effect of air or to cause air to circulate through
A) The soil must be aerated before she plants the seeds. B) A professional company is going to aerate our lawn today.
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