1. make capable
    This instruction capacitates us to understand the problem
  2. make legally capable or qualify in law
  3. cause (spermatozoa) to undergo the physical changes necessary to fertilize an egg
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How To Use capacitate In A Sentence

  • The microscope capacitates small objects to be observed.
  • A serious fall incapacitated the 68-year-old congressman.
  • The need for a single police service that is capacitated to fight and defeat crime. Address by ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe to NEHAWU Securities Function
  • A successful attack would incapacitate military training camps.
  • He later added: ‘The pathologists say there was no evidence Robert struggled, which suggests Robert may have been incapacitated in some way.’
  • The Defendant would then pay the incapacitated person that amount, less any pension contribution if he or she was in the pension scheme and less tax and National Insurance.
  • A real man, I used to say, no matter how sickly or incapacitated, should pick up a case by its handle and carry it like a man.
  • Officers also carry CS spray which stings, irritates, and incapacitates the suspect.
  • Have been severely incapacitated by latest pregnancy symptoms so apologies for absence.
  • It's a video litany of natural disasters, of wind and rain and snow and donder and blitzen, punctuated with images of lesser vehicles incapacitated by the elements, while Hummers sail serenely through. Patt Morrison: Hummer? No, Bummer!
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