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Present participle for to beget or conceive (offspring)
“Topics covered include the structure and mechanics of plants, how they adapt to the seasons, what roots do, and how plants propagate and support themselves.”
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Present participle for to breed specimens of (a plant or animal) by natural processes from the parent stock
“These were monitoring variables like humidity and temperature, information that is invaluable to the horticulturalists attempting to propagate the trees.”
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Present participle for to spread or distribute within an area, space or population
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“This pain may propagate itself throughout the whole length of the back and into the limbs.”
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Present participle for to declare or spread a message or information publicly
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“He is strongly against such power when used thoughtlessly to propagate traditional ideas, which can be harmful.”
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Present participle for to make, create or manufacture, usually from components or raw materials
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(of facts or information) Present participle for to become widely known
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Present participle for to proliferate or spread (quickly)
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Present participle for to spread (through an area or place) widely
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Present participle for make widely popular, accessible
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Present participle for to bring about or cause to happen
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Present participle for to preserve from extinction or oblivion
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Present participle for to cause something to change from being concentrated at one point to being distributed across a number of points
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(follow from) Present participle for to occur as a consequence
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Present participle for to place into the ground or soil to grow
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Present participle for to make more fertile by adding nutrients, especially of soil
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Present participle for to yield or produce as a result of an investment of money, time or effort
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Present participle for to implant or insert something, especially something organic
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Present participle for to foster the growth or development of
Adjective
Producing or capable of producing an abundance of offspring or new growth
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