germinate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To cause to develop or grow.
    • resulting in to develop.
    • resulting in to sprout or develop.
    • To cause to sprout or develop.
    • resulting in to develop or grow.
    • To cause to develop.
    • resulting in to develop.
    • resulting in to sprout.
    • resulting in to develop or develop.
    • resulting in to sprout.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to start to develop or develop.
    • ahead into existence: a concept germinated in his mind's eye.
    • To develop; to bud; to capture; to start to vegetate, as a plant or its seed; to begin to produce, as a germ.
    • to begin with to sprout or develop.
    • ahead into presence: An idea germinated in his mind.
    • to begin with to develop or grow.
    • To begin to develop or grow.
    • in the future into existence: a notion germinated in his mind.
    • ahead into presence: a notion germinated in his mind's eye.
    • To develop; to bud; to shoot; to begin to vegetate, as a plant or its seed; to begin with to develop, as a germ.
    • To develop; to bud; to shoot; to start to vegetate, as a plant or its seed; to begin to build up, as a germ.
    • To develop; to bud; to take; to start to vegetate, as a plant or its seed; to start to develop, as a germ.
    • to begin with to sprout or grow.
    • ahead into presence: a notion germinated in his mind's eye.
    • To develop; to bud; to take; to begin to vegetate, as a plant or its seed; to begin with to build up, as a germ.
  • verb:
    • To develop or create buds.
    • To cause to develop.
    • To develop or create buds.
    • To cause to develop.
    • work out
    • cause to develop or develop
    • To sprout or produce buds.
    • To develop or create buds.
    • To cause to develop.
    • resulting in to grow.
    • work out
    • cause to cultivate or sprout
    • produce buds, limbs, or germinate
    • produce buds, limbs, or germinate
    • exercise
    • cause to cultivate or develop
    • produce buds, limbs, or germinate
    • workout
    • cause to develop or develop
    • produce buds, limbs, or germinate
    • To develop or produce buds.
    • To cause to develop.
    • work-out
    • cause to grow or sprout
    • produce buds, limbs, or germinate
  • others:
    • to behave as a germ; commence to go through development toward a far more total kind or state; kind or perhaps created into an embryo, as an impregnated ovum.
    • particularly, to develop; bud; shoot; begin to vegetate or develop, as a plant or its seed.
    • resulting in to develop; supply; produce.
    • to behave as a germ; commence to undergo development toward an even more complete type or condition; form or be formed into an embryo, as an impregnated ovum.
    • Specifically, to develop; bud; shoot; begin to vegetate or grow, as a plant or its seed.
    • resulting in to sprout; put forth; produce.
    • to behave as a germ; begin to go through development toward a far more total kind or state; type or perhaps formed into an embryo, as an impregnated ovum.
    • particularly, to sprout; bud; shoot; begin to vegetate or develop, as a plant or its seed.
    • To cause to sprout; help with; produce.
    • to do something as a germ; begin to undergo development toward a more complete kind or state; kind or perhaps created into an embryo, as an impregnated ovum.
    • especially, to sprout; bud; shoot; start to vegetate or develop, as a plant or its seed.
    • To cause to sprout; supply; produce.
    • to do something as a germ; start to undergo development toward an even more complete type or state; kind or perhaps formed into an embryo, as an impregnated ovum.
    • particularly, to sprout; bud; shoot; begin to vegetate or develop, as a plant or its seed.
    • resulting in to sprout; put forth; produce.

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