- As an ending of participles or participial adjectives it is equivalent to -ed; as, situate or situated; animate or animated
- As the ending of a verb, it means to make, to cause, to act, etc.; as, to propitiate (to make propitious); to animate (to give life to)
- As a noun suffix, it marks the agent; as, curate, delegate. It also sometimes marks the office or dignity; as, tribunate
- In chemistry it is used to denote the salts formed from those acids whose names end -ic (excepting binary or halogen acids); as, sulphate from sulphuric acid, nitrate from nitric acid, etc. It is also used in the case of certain basic salts
- (adjectives, nouns) IPA(key): /ət/
- (verbs, adjectives, nouns, chemistry) IPA(key): /eɪt/
- (in adjectives) having the specified thing
lobate — “having lobes”
- (in adjectives) characterized by the specified thing
Italianate — “characterized by Italian features”
- (in adjectives) resembling the specified thing
palmate — “resembling the palm”
- (in nouns) a thing characterised by the specified thing
apostate — “one who is characterized by dissent”
- (chemistry, in nouns) a derivative of a specified element or compound; especially a salt or ester of an acid whose name ends in -ic
acetate — “a salt or ester of acetic acid”
- (in verbs) to act in the specified manner
formulate — “to act by putting (something) in a formula”
- (having specified thing): -ous
- (in nouns) a rank or office
rabbinate — “the office of a rabbi”
- AET, ETA, TEA, Tea, a.e.t., aet, eat, eta, tea, æt.
- (chemistry, in nouns) -ate
benzo- (“benzo-”) + -ate → benzoate (“benzoate”)
- used with a suffix to form the feminine plural past participle of regular -are verbs
- common suffix of various towns in Lombardy, that usually indicates belonging to a person or a family
- used with a stem to form the second-person plural present and imperative of regular -are verbs
- -eta, -età, eta, età
- (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈaː.te/,
- (modern Italianate Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /ˈa.te/,
- second-person plural present active imperative of -ō (first conjugation)
- vocative masculine singular of -ātus
- ate (“be (in a certain place)”)
- biind- (“in, into, inside”)
- biinde (“be in something”)
- -ige (“act in relation to a dwelling”)
- used with a stem to form the feminine plural past participle of regular -a (first conjugation) verbs. (e.g. lăsate, măsurate, etc.)
- [slang] basically means they did that
- [slang] another word for killed, in terms of accomplishing something
- [slang] Ate
1: the past tense of eat.
2: to perform a task extremely well
- [slang] did a great job; pulled it off well; had a lot of success with something. Used by teens in the projects of Queens, NY, and probably elsewhere in NYC.
- [slang] Tagalog (Filipino) for older female relative or peer. Pronounced A-teh. Can be used preceding a name as a title or as a pronoun.
- [slang] to fall, trip, or tumble with great force. also "ate"
- [slang] The verb "to eat" in the past tense. Used by Hot Cheeto Girls randomly.
- [slang] Past tense of the word eat basically To go hard or dominate. Texas slang
- [slang] pretty and most likely with blonde hair and a great personality