configurate

transitive verb con·fig·u·rate \-ˌrāt, usually -āt+V\

Definition of configurate

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. :  to give or assign a form to :  fashion, shape, form

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Origin and Etymology of configurate

Latin configuratus, past participle of configurare to form from or after, from com- + figurare to form, from figura figure — more at figure


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