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actuate to put into action or set in motion; cause to operate. [1/2 definitions]
aerospace having to do with the vehicles, satellites, missiles, and the like designed to operate in aerospace. [1/2 definitions]
amphibious able to operate on both land and water. [1/3 definitions]
brake1 to apply or operate the brake on a vehicle. [1/5 definitions]
buzz to operate a signaling device that emits a buzz. [1/9 definitions]
complex a set of desires, memories, and impulses that operate together in a person's unconscious mind and cause certain patterns of feeling, thought, and action. [1/5 definitions]
cooperative willing to work or operate together; willing to do what is asked of one for the sake of a common goal. [1/4 definitions]
cybernation the use of computers to control and operate equipment, as in manufacturing.
dial to operate a telephone dial. [1/8 definitions]
dredge1 to operate or make use of a dredge. [1/7 definitions]
drive to operate (a vehicle). [2/18 definitions]
Dutch door a door divided into two halves that operate separately so that the top may be opened while the bottom remains closed.
energize to give out energy; operate. [1/3 definitions]
fast1 moving or operating, or having the ability to move or operate, with speed. [1/12 definitions]
float a hollow ball used to operate a valve or gauge, as in a toilet tank or gas tank. [1/14 definitions]
fly1 to operate (an aircraft). [1/12 definitions]
function to run or operate, esp. in a manner that is desired or considered normal. [1/5 definitions]
grind to operate by turning a handle or crank. [1/12 definitions]
gunner a soldier, sailor, or the like who operates or helps to operate artillery. [1/2 definitions]
handle to behave or operate in a certain way when used. [1/6 definitions]
high-speed designed to travel or operate at higher-than-standard speeds.