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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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I much prefer performing the whole yard and gardening routine, including mixing and aerating compost, than doing a mindless exercise routine.
Aerating is pouring a young wine from the bottle into another container to "let it breathe." That container can be a decanter, but it doesn't need to be.
You need to `top-dress' immediately after aerating, which ensures that aerating holes stay open and revitalises the upper layer of soil.
A company whose aerators have been aerating a herb producer's main storage lagoon, was recently presented with the Shropshire Business Award for New Product.
Aerating liquid swine manure can reduce soluble phosphorus in manure, a University of Minnesota (U of M) study shows.
The day before aerating, water the soil till it passes the screwdriver test.
You can rent machines to help you with the de-thatching and aerating processes.
Spring aerating during this time frame will minimize weed seeds.
Aerating your lawn allows the circulation of oxygen into the soil which encourages root growth at the beginning of the season.