actuating

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causing motion or action or change
present participle of actuate
actuate
to move or incite to action
actuate
{v} to make sharp, sharpen, point
actuate
{v} to put into action, stir up, move
Actuate
To move a mass from one point to another
Actuate
To set into operation, especially an installed fire pro­tection system
Actuate
To set into operation, especially an installed fire pro­tection system
Actuate
give an incentive for action; "This moved me to sacrifice my career"
Actuate
To put into action; to move or incite to action; as, men are actuated by motives or passions
Actuate
put in motion or move to act; "trigger a reaction"; "actuate the circuits"
Actuate
To operate a mine-firing mechanism by an influence or a series of influences in such a way that all the requirements of the mechanism for firing, or for registering a ship count, are met
actuate
If a person is actuated by an emotion, that emotion makes them act in a certain way. If something actuates a device, the device starts working. They were actuated by desire The flow of current actuates the signal. = activate
actuate
To put into action or motion; to move or incite to action; to influence actively; to move as motives do; more commonly used of persons
actuate
To activate, or to put into motion; to animate
actuate
To carry out in practice; to perform
actuate
{f} activate, turn on, put in motion (a machine); motivate, cause to act
actuate
To incite to action; to motivate
actuate
Put in action; actuated
actuating

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    ac·tu·at·ing

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    Этимология

    [ 'ak-ch&-"wAt, -sh&- ] (transitive verb.) 1645. Medieval Latin actuatus, past participle of actuare to execute, from Latin actus act.

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