[ dahy-uh g-nos-ti-keyt ]
/ ˌdaɪ əgˈnɒs tɪˌkeɪt /

verb (used with or without object), di·ag·nos·ti·cat·ed, di·ag·nos·ti·cat·ing.

to diagnose.

Nearby words

  1. diagnosis by exclusion,
  2. diagnostic,
  3. diagnostic diphtheria toxin,
  4. diagnostic specificity,
  5. diagnostic ultrasound,
  6. diagnostician,
  7. diagnostics,
  8. diagonal,
  9. diagonal cloth,
  10. diagonal conjugate

Origin of diagnosticate

First recorded in 1840–50; diagnostic + -ate1

Related formsdi·ag·nos·ti·ca·tion, noun

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Examples from the Web for diagnosticate

  • With these few sanguinary remarks we will now proceed to diagnosticate the exercises of the mornin' hour.

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