verb (used with object), cy·ber·nat·ed, cy·ber·nat·ing.
to control by cybernation.
Origin of cybernate
First recorded in 1960–65; back formation from cybernation
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to control (a manufacturing process) with a servomechanism or (of a process) to be controlled by a servomechanism
Word Origin for cybernate
C20: from cyber (netics) + -ate 1
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