activating

[ US /ˈæktəˌveɪtɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ˈæktɪvˌe‍ɪtɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the activity of causing to have energy and be active
ADJECTIVE
  1. causing motion or action or change
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How To Use activating In A Sentence

  • These results suggest the involvement of platelet activating factor in the endothelin induced fibrinolytic activation and subsequently developed mucosal haemorrhagic lesion.
  • Many simple things, for example picking up an item, activating a switch or initiating a dialog, can be done with a single mouse click.
  • A resistance unit has a temperature fuse between a resistance and a terminal for deactivating a resistance circuit when the motor reaches the permissible maximum temperature.
  • In puzzle mode that initially just means activating them slowly enough not to cause collisions, but later levels demand deeper experimentation with order and timing before you wheedle out a viable solution. This week's new games
  • The significance of platelet activating factor in the gastric juice of healthy humans is still difficult to analyse.
  • Platelet activating factor may be involved in the pathogenesis of ulcerative colitis as well as in experimental colitis.
  • Gen. Deddy S. Komarudin said later in the day the incident was purely an accident, and no other parties were involved in deactivating the grenade.
  • Lyso platelet activating factor and alkyl acyl glycerophosphocholine were not significantly higher in Crohn's disease than in controls.
  • One thing that may not be part of my own Dean wrap up is fervent appreciation for his success in 'activating the Democratic base', I'm afraid. United we stand...
  • As I was walking back, she saw me and went to roll down the window but hit the door lock by mistake thus activating the car alarm.
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