operate

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  • These could be operated by three men, and pulled by only two horses.
  • It was not only in the United Kingdom that the system was operated.
  • A similar system is believed to have been operated by the Soviet Union.
  • This allows users to use the service on any type of operating service.
  • The remaining smaller operating companies were sold off or transferred into the remaining ones.
  • There are very strong network effects operating in the market for widely used computer software.
  • These units would be able to operate from sea, air or land.
  • Due to the severe weather, a limited service was operated in the next few days.
  • Most of the many smaller banks are family-owned and -operated.
  • The operating system then decides what physical location to place the memory in.
  • Some earlier reports on this operating class have been published in Russian.
  • French training and operating techniques has been used since the establishment of the air force.
  • In any case, it was the only way we could operate, because we were so small.
  • Some were operated by the artillery branch but under command of the supported unit.
  • The goal was to bring a wholly free software operating system into existence.
  • A full-time children's center and pre-school operates year-round.
  • Some of the long distance trains from the city operates from this station.
  • A variety of independent television stations also operate in the area.
  • Each operate their own municipal government, united they form one city government with its own constitution.
  • The group has a small book sale room in the library that operates year round.
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Words starting with operate

Meaning of operate

  • verb Direct or control; projects, businesses, etc.
    She is running a relief operation in the Sudan
  • verb Handle and cause to function
    do not operate machinery after imbibing alcohol, control the lever
  • verb Happen
    What is going on in the minds of the people?