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equilibrate

verb equil·i·brate \i-ˈkwi-lə-ˌbrāt\
equil·i·brat·edequil·i·brat·ing

Definition of EQUILIBRATE

transitive verb
:  to bring into or keep in equilibrium :  balance
intransitive verb
:  to bring about, come to, or be in equilibrium
equil·i·bra·tion \-ˌkwi-lə-ˈbrā-shən\ noun
equil·i·bra·tor \-ˈkwi-lə-ˌbrā-tər\ noun
equil·i·bra·to·ry \-brə-ˌtōr-ē, -ˌtr-\ adjective

First Known Use of EQUILIBRATE

1635
Medical Dictionary

equilibrate

verb equil·i·brate \i-ˈkwil-ə-ˌbrāt\
equil·i·brat·edequil·i·brat·ing

Medical Definition of EQUILIBRATE

transitive verb
:  to bring into or keep in equilibrium
intransitive verb
:  to bring about, come to, or be in equilibrium
equil·i·bra·tion \-ˌkwil-ə-ˈbrā-shən\ noun
equil·i·bra·to·ry \-ˈkwil-ə-brə-ˌtōr-ē, -ˌtr-\ adjective

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