oxygenate


1ox·y·gen·ate

transitive verb \ˈäk-si-jə-ˌnāt, äk-ˈsi-jə-\

: to add oxygen to (something)

ox·y·gen·at·edox·y·gen·at·ing

Full Definition of OXYGENATE

:  to impregnate, combine, or supply (as blood) with oxygen
ox·y·gen·a·tion \ˌäk-si-jə-ˈnā-shən, äk-ˌsi-jə-\ noun

First Known Use of OXYGENATE

1788

Rhymes with OXYGENATE

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2oxygenate

noun

Definition of OXYGENATE

:  an oxygen-containing substance (as ethanol) used especially in gasoline to promote more complete combustion

First Known Use of OXYGENATE

1975

ox·y·gen·ate

transitive verb \ˈäk-si-jə-ˌnāt, äk-ˈsij-ə-\   (Medical Dictionary)
ox·y·gen·at·edox·y·gen·at·ing

Medical Definition of OXYGENATE

: to impregnate, combine, or supply with oxygen <oxygenated blood> <better to oxygenate the patient first—Anesthesia Digest>
ox·y·gen·ation \ˌäk-si-jə-ˈnā-shən, äk-ˌsij-ə-\ noun

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