propagator

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A function that represents the quantum propagation of a subatomic particle
A covered, sometimes heated container for germinating seeds or raising seedlings
A person who disseminates news or rumour
A person who propagates plants
{n} a spreader, extender, producer
{i} spreader, one who scatters; multiplier; transmitter (of heat, etc.)
someone who spreads the news someone who propagates plants (as under glass)
One who propagates; one who continues or multiplies
someone who propagates plants (as under glass)
someone who spreads the news
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To spread from person to person; to extend the knowledge of; to originate and spread; to carry from place to place; to disseminate; as, to propagate a story or report; to propagate the Christian religion
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To multiply; to increase
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To have young or issue; to be produced or multiplied by generation, or by new shoots or plants; as, rabbits propagate rapidly
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To cause to take effect on all relevant devices in a network

The server propagates the password file at midnight each day.

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To take effect on all relevant devices in a network

It takes 24 hours for password changes to propagate throughout the system.

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to spread abroad or from person to person
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If you propagate plants, you grow more of them from the original ones. The easiest way to propagate a vine is to take hardwood cuttings The pasque flower can be propagated from seed. + propagation propa·ga·tion the successful propagation of a batch of plants
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cause to propagate, as by grafting or layering
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cause to become widely known; "spread information"; "circulate a rumor"; "broadcast the news"
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become distributed or widespread; "the infection spread"; "Optimism spread among the population"
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multiply sexually or asexually
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To reproduce plants by methods including seed, stem cuttings, layering, and division Back to alphabetical list
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To travel through a material or space
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To cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree
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transmit from one generation to the next; "propagate these characteristics"
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To generate; to produce
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To multiply plants by dividing roots, layering or start from cuttings
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transmit or cause to broaden or spread; "This great civilization was propagated throughout the land"
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{f} procreate, generate, reproduce; scatter, disseminate; multiply, proliferate, increase; spread, extend
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transmit from one generation to the next; "propagate these characteristics
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transmit; "propagate sound or light through air"
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To copy changes in one set of files to the branched copies of the same files, leaving the rest of the branch file intact; to make changes in a target set of files that are identical or functionally equivalent to changes in an originating set of files
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If people propagate an idea or piece of information, they spread it and try to make people believe it or support it. They propagated political doctrines which promised to tear apart the fabric of British society. = disseminate + propagation propa·ga·tion the propagation of true Buddhism
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travel through the air; "sound and light propagate in this medium"
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To cause to spread to extend; to impel or continue forward in space; as, to propagate sound or light
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To cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree
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The process of copying one or more files and notifying a service that will receive them The receiving service then stops using any older version of the files and starts using the new file(s) (Search)
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multiply sexually or asexually cause to propagate, as by grafting or layering transmit or cause to broaden or spread; "This great civilization was propagated throughout the land"
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To cause (animal or plants) to multiply or breed
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To increase plants by seed or cuttings etc
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1 Sexual–produce a seed by breeding different male and female flowers 2 Asexual–to produce a plant by taking cuttings
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- To increase the number of plants of a particular POPULATION by means of cuttings
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plural of propagator
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    Etymologie

    [ 'prä-p&-"gAt ] (verb.) circa 1570. Latin propagatus, past participle of propagare to set slips, propagate, from propages slip, offspring, from pro- before + pangere to fasten; more at PRO-, PACT.

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