explicate


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
  • verb

Synonyms for explicate

explain

Synonyms for explicate

Synonyms for explicate

References in periodicals archive ?
They proposed four ways to do this including the use of Bohm's ideas of the implicate and explicate order as aspects of the single process of the holomovement.
Clinical Applications in Surface Electromyography explicates this consideration through discussion of SEMG's potential to ameriolate chronic musculoskeletal pain.
DiMarco used this opportunity to explicate the norm of acknowledging confusion and working through it.
Perhaps to explicate the need for dramatic action, at least one fishery specialist, speaking to the Mobile Register, has invoked the looming threat of catfish "bioterrorism.
The book does not explicate what all of this means in practice for teachers and parents.
Far from being a journalistic account of the events that occurred in that period, the Algerian-born French historian, Benjamin Stora, provides an analysis that seeks to explicate current developments from a historical perspective.
Brill and Connie Bruck explicate the Westmoreland and Sharon libel trials in several solid pieces.
Each author assumes a unique, applicable approach to expose, categorize, and explicate key skill sets which affect companies not only today, but into the future when dealing with such matters as: patent infringement, patent licensing, term negotiation, cross-licensing, patent applications, and Markman hearings.
As an additional feature, we shall also explicate how more refined information about quantum black holes, rather than just the total number of microstates, may be extracted by these means.
This second volume of Rush Hour, like the first, does not back away from hard subjects but combines a variety of voices to explicate the bad boy phenomenon in American society.
Three anti-Arian treatises explicate the tricky semantic issues of 'Ousia' and 'Hypostasis.
Many of the essays attempt to untangle and explicate the intricacies of the papal administration and the subtle shape-shifting of curial factions.
Yet the book does not explicate this insight and its other points with enough specificity to satisfy scholars or even advanced undergraduates.
Critics typically explicate Wuthering Heights in terms of Heathcliff and Catherine's struggle with their quasi-incestuous desires.
Each author assumes a unique, applicable approach to expose, categorize, and explicate key laws which affect companies not only today, but into the future such as: Superfund, Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, CERCLA ("Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act "), SWDA ("Solid Waste Disposal Act ") and the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).