aerate : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v expose to fresh air
aerate your old sneakers
- v aerate (sewage) so as to favor the growth of organisms that decompose organic matter
- v impregnate, combine, or supply with oxygen
- Even the course superintendent wouldn't allow them on the course unless it was to aerate the fairways with their spiked heels.
- This allows the vodka to aerate and, when it hits your tongue, reveal its true flavor.
- Toiling underground, the hard-working worms in one acre can eat, pulverize, fertilize, aerate and move ten tons of earth in a year's time.
News & Articles
- Gardener’s almanac (June 15)
Dethatching lawns — If your zoysia or Bermuda lawn has more than half an inch of thatch, it should be dethatched between now and the end of July, Ward Upham of K-State says. Core-aerate when the soil is neither too wet or too dry, but just crumbly. Go over the lawn so that the aeration holes are about 2 inches apart, Upham says. Or, if thatch is more than 3/4 inch thick, power-rake, he says. Set ...
June 14, 2013 - The Wichita Eagle
- Louise Redknapp in Earthtimes.org
I'm just off to aerate the lawn,joked singer Louise Redknapp.
- Andrew Tyler in This Is Mablethorpe
Andrew Tyler, director of Animal Aid, said: "The traps used often cause enormous pain. Most of the damage moles do is cosmetic. Is that a reason to kill huge numbers of creatures? Moles can have positive effects as they help drain and aerate heavy...