- to make capable; enable.
Origin of capacitate
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Examples from the Web for capacitate
To capacitate the tool to cut a groove close up to a shoulder, it should be forged to the shape shown in Fig. 965.
No doubt labor will capacitate us, but it is the blood that entitles us, to enjoy the rest.Notes on the Book of Leviticus
C. H. Mackintosh
Is it, that men have life in them first, to capacitate them to eat the flesh and drink the blood of the Son of Man?Journal of a Residence at Bagdad
- to make legally competent
- rare to make capable
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Word Origin and History for capacitate
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