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Synonyms for aerate

to expose to circulating air

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expose to fresh air

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aerate (sewage) so as to favor the growth of organisms that decompose organic matter

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impregnate, combine, or supply with oxygen

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Rather than creaming and aerating, the cake relies on a powerful raising agent, usually bicarbonate of soda, balanced with strong spices to achieve a guaranteed results cake.
You can also fit flow restrictors to taps, or water-efficient or aerating taps to reduce the amount of water coming out of them.
The forks and shoes that remove plugs are fine for a small lawn, but the most proficient and effective way to do the job on a larger lawn is to use an aerating machine.
By aerating them in late November, Blissful is able to keep its greens open during the winter as long as it doesn't snow.
The solution is to keep up with regular lawn maintenance, in particular scarification and aerating, and to treat any outbreak.
Industry, aware of our plight, jumped into this market void with unique or attractive composters that include promises of "compost in 14 days," or "Easiest mixing and aerating, just turn the crank," or, "Continuous compost.
Introducing readers to an expansive exploration of the most common turfgrass species, soil and their nutrient requirements, planning for existing light and water conditions, lawn installation techniques, maintenance, including fertilization, aerating and thatch control, pest management for insects, weeds and diseases, troubleshooting for lawn repair and renovation, an annual lawn maintenance calendar, and low-maintenance and groundcover alternatives, Lawns Natural And Organic diligently compiles all the necessary information for creating, organizing, and maintaining a beautiful lawn.
By aerating, you relieve soil compaction, allowing the grass roots to gain a firmer hold and improve drainage.
This one has rich flavors, opens up with a little aerating, providing a pleasing companion to festive holiday foods, especially roasts.
A couple thousand miles of plastic pipe and some big pumps could create a superproductive zone in the Gulf by both aerating and mixing the water.
This is called aerating which helps with drainage and root growth and can be done with a special aerator or a garden fork.
Users can fully program the instrument to carry out slicing, shearing, compressing, compacting, mixing and aerating cycles in any combination and sequence.
Aerating and decanting have very different effects, needed by entirely different wines.