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permutate

[ pur-myoo-teyt, per-myoo-teyt ]
/ ˈpɜr myʊˌteɪt, pərˈmyu teɪt /
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verb (used with object), per·mu·tat·ed, per·mu·tat·ing.
to cause (something) to undergo permutation.
to arrange (items) in a different sequence.
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Origin of permutate

1590–1600; <Latin permūtātus, past participle of permūtāre to permute; see -ate1
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British Dictionary definitions for permutate

permutate
/ (ˈpɜːmjʊˌteɪt) /

verb
to alter the sequence or arrangement (of); treat by permutationendlessly permutating three basic designs
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