con·se·crate


con·se·crate

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  • con|se|crate — «KON suh krayt», verb, crat|ed, crat|ing, adjective. –v.t. 1. to set apart as sacred; make holy: »The new chapel in the church was consecrated by the bishop. SYNONYM(S): sanctify. 2. to make an object of veneration or cherished regard; hallow: » …   Useful english dictionary

  • re|con|se|crate — «ree KON suh krayt», transitive verb, crat|ed, crat|ing. to consecrate anew. –re´con|se|cra´tion, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • de|con|se|crate — «dee KON suh krayt», transitive verb, crat|ed, crat|ing. 1. to undo the consecration of. 2. deprive of sacred character: »deconsecrated cathedrals …   Useful english dictionary

  • con — con·acre; con·cat·e·nate; con·cave; con·ceal·er; con·ceit; con·cen·trate; con·cen·tra·tor; con·cen·tric; con·cep·tual; con·cern; con·cern·ing; con·cert; con·cer·tante; con·cer·ti·na; con·ces·sion·ary; con·cha; con·cin·nate; con·com·i·tant;… …   English syllables

  • con´se|cra´tor — con|se|crate «KON suh krayt», verb, crat|ed, crat|ing, adjective. –v.t. 1. to set apart as sacred; make holy: »The new chapel in the church was consecrated by the bishop. SYNONYM(S): sanctify. 2. to make an object of veneration or cherished… …   Useful english dictionary

  • crate — ex·e·crate; ful·crate; in·vo·lu·crate; mel·i·crate; ob·se·crate; su·crate; con·se·crate; crate; des·e·crate; …   English syllables

  • re´con|se|cra´tion — re|con|se|crate «ree KON suh krayt», transitive verb, crat|ed, crat|ing. to consecrate anew. –re´con|se|cra´tion, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • Municipio de Crate (condado de Chippewa, Minnesota) — Municipio de Crate Municipio de los Estados Unidos …   Wikipedia Español

  • des|e|crate — «DEHS uh krayt», transitive verb, crat|ed, crat|ing. to treat or use without respect; disregard the sacredness of; profane: »The enemy desecrated the church by using it as a stable. ╂[< de + (con)secrate; perhaps influenced by Old French… …   Useful english dictionary

  • consecrate — con·se·crate …   English syllables


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