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lubricate

loohb ri kayt

  • v  have lubricating properties
    the liquid in this can lubricates well
  • v  apply a lubricant to
    lubricate my car
  • v  make slippery or smooth through the application of a lubricant
    lubricate the key

  • And these social and civic connections actually lubricate society, helping connected Americans improve their health and happiness and find meaningful work.
  • There are dozens of over-the-counter products designed to moisten or lubricate your eyes, but you should resist the temptation to play doctor and instead should seek out an eye .
  • If he wins, Lien is expected to lubricate commerce by expanding direct transportation links between China and Taiwan.
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  • Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper in Spaceflight Now
    We want to make sure we get the grease where it's supposed to go and that's on the race rings to help lubricate the SARJ,Stefanyshyn-Piper said. "When you go out there to do this work, even though it's not a fine, delicate task, it is a...
  • Victor Fung in Wall Street Journal
    The world needs this thing which will lubricate global trade, that is trade finance,Mr. Fung said.
  • Alexander Graham Bell in Irish Times
    Bell argues that while the great empires of the east used water to establish a consistent food supply, the northern countries used it "to lubricate the growth of capital. In the east, water control meant simple social structures of a ruling elite...

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