cate family of verbs

(words that end with cate and are pronounced KAYT)

The etymology of cate does not come from Latin or Greek, or from any other language, because it is always a part of other word roots or stems and does not exist by itself . . . except in this unit.

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syndicate (SIN di kayt")
Organizing and establishing associations to promote businesses or to distribute articles or images to publications for financial reasons is what this cate is explaining.
translocate (trans LOH kayt", tranz LOH kayt")
To move something from one place to another one is what this cate is talking about.
trifurcate (TRIGH fuhr kayt")
To divide or to separate into three ways, or routes, is what this cate is trying to explain.
triplicate (TRIP li kayt")
Making three items or exact copies of something is demonstrated by cate at this location.
truncate (TRUHNG kayt")
To decrease something by hacking part of it off is manifested, shown, or explained and interpreted by this cate.
unbifurcate (uhn BIGH fuhr kayt")
Now cate is providing information, including special links, about a term that explains how some men and women of various cultures are wearing robes or gowns instead of pants or trousers.
uncomplicate (uhn KAHM pli kayte")
To solve a mixed up situation with a simple solution or to have a medical condition that is considered easy to take care of is clarified by this cate.
vacate (VAY kayt")
To abandon, to quit staying somewhere, or to leave a position is what this cate is explaining this time.
vellicate (VIL i kayt")
To irritate by squeezing between the thumb and finger resulting in a pinch, or to cause a twitch or to touch a part of the body lightly in order to excite the surface nerves and to cause laughter, or involuntary muscular jerks and contractions is what this cate is discussing.
vesicate (VES i kayt")
This cate is providing an example of blistering or a blistered condition that can result from some kind of exposure.
vindicate (VIN di kayt")
Here is a special cate that tries to show that someone or something is not to blame for some kind of action or that what has taken place is proper and justified.
vivificate (vi VIF uh cayt")
Here is a very important cate which is about bringing someone back to life or resuscitating a person who has suddenly died.