[ verb fed-uh-reyt; adjective fed-er-it ]
/ verb ˈfɛd əˌreɪt; adjective ˈfɛd ər ɪt /
verb (used with or without object), fed·er·at·ed, fed·er·at·ing.
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Origin of federate
1665–75; < Latin foederātus leagued together, allied, equivalent to foeder- (nominative stem foedus) league + -ātus -ate1
OTHER WORDS FROM federatefed·er·a·tor, nounnon·fed·er·at·ed, adjectivere·fed·er·ate, verb, re·fed·er·at·ed, re·fed·er·at·ing.un·fed·er·at·ed, adjective
Words nearby federate
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Example sentences from the Web for federator
For instance, the Soldan (though only just become a Federator) sent of one kind or another more than a thousand men.The Lady of the Shroud|Bram Stoker
British Dictionary definitions for federator
to unite or cause to unite in a federal union
Derived forms of federatefederative, adjective
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