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Agitate | Definition of Agitate by Merriam-Webster

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to disturb, excite, or anger (someone). : to try to get people to support or oppose something. : to move or stir up (a liquid). Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's ...

Agitate | Define Agitate at Dictionary.com

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Agitate definition, to move or force into violent, irregular action: The hurricane winds agitated the sea. See more.

agitate definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary

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Define agitate and get synonyms. What is agitate? agitate meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

Agitate - definition of agitate by The Free Dictionary

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v. ag·i·tat·ed, ag·i·tat·ing, ag·i·tates. v.tr. 1. To cause to move with violence or sudden force. 2. To upset; disturb: was agitated by the alarming news. 3. To arouse ...

agitate Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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agitate definition, meaning, what is agitate: to make someone feel worried or angry: . Learn more.

agitate - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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Agitate means to stir up. If you watch a horror movie at bedtime, you may be too agitated to sleep. Movies like that can agitate all sorts of adrenaline responses in  ...

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Synonyms for agitate at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

agitate - definition of agitate in English from the Oxford dictionary

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2Stir or disturb (something, especially a liquid) briskly: agitate the water to disperse the oil. More example sentences. In some management systems, agitating ...

agitate - Wiktionary

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agitate (third-person singular simple present agitates, present participle agitating, simple past and past participle agitated). To move with a violent, irregular ...

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ag·i·tate
[aj-i-teyt]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [AG·I·TAT·ED, AG·I·TAT·ING.]
1.
to move or force into violent, irregular action: The hurricane winds agitated the sea.
2.
to shake or move briskly: The machine agitated the mixture.
3.
to move to and fro; impart regular motion to.
4.
to disturb or excite emotionally; arouse; perturb: a crowd agitated to a frenzy by impassioned oratory; a man agitated by disquieting news.
5.
to call attention to by speech or writing; discuss; debate: to agitate the question.
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