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veg·e·tate

 (vĕj′ĭ-tāt′)
v. veg·e·tat·ed, veg·e·tat·ing, veg·e·tates
v.intr.
1. To grow or sprout as a plant does.
2. Medicine To grow pathologically on a body part, as a wartlike lesion on a heart valve.
3.
a. To exist in a state of physical or mental inactivity: He was just vegetating in his parents' house all winter.
b. To engage in relaxing or passive activities, such as watching television: stayed home and vegetated last night.
v.tr.
To grow over or cover with vegetation: a dune that is vegetated.

[Latin vegetāre, vegetāt-, to enliven; see vegetable.]

vegetated

(ˈvɛdʒɪteɪtɪd)
adj
covered with plants and trees
Translations

vegetated

[ˈvedʒɪteɪtɪd] ADJ the land is sparsely vegetatedla tierra tiene escasa vegetación
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Have you, then, madame, no compassion for your servants who for twenty years have vegetated in obscurity, without betraying in a single sigh the solemn and sacred secrets they have had the honor to share with you?
vegetated as it did, more unfortunate, for he had life and thought, and he hoped and despaired by turns.
For instance, a bulb of Hippeastrum aulicum produced four flowers; three were fertilised by Herbert with their own pollen, and the fourth was subsequently fertilised by the pollen of a compound hybrid descended from three other and distinct species: the result was that 'the ovaries of the three first flowers soon ceased to grow, and after a few days perished entirely, whereas the pod impregnated by the pollen of the hybrid made vigorous growth and rapid progress to maturity, and bore good seed, which vegetated freely.
Roker; and, by the time he lay down upon it at night, was as much at home as if he had been bred in the prison, and his whole family had vegetated therein for three generations.
The waste will be solidified and capped with a low-permeability engineered closure cover system consisting of a geomembrane barrier layer, geocomposite drainage layer, and clean vegetated soil cover.
and all necessary supplies and services - maintenance of a vegetated already in place on the ground floor wall, 56 rue de Lille - maintenance of six terraces Austerlitz building - maintaining a Adonidia a height of about 5 m on the ground floor of 56 rue de Lille, the latter being the property of the credit union deposits.
Buildings can be situated in various climates and terrain such as the frozen Tundra, bleak deserts and heavily vegetated jungles, each with their own unique natural resources and indigenous life.
Thanks to a $5,000 donation from the Wal-Mart FLW Tour and the FishAmerica Foundation, Okeechobee will receive funding to improve vegetating spoil islands with native tree species including willow, bald cypress and pond-apple, while the water immediately surrounding the spoil islands will be vegetated with bulrush.
Construction Of the new water treatment plant with a file consisting of pretreatment, low load activated sludge, a tertiary filtration, and a discharge area and queue vegetated mud beds planted by reeds;
The project includes a vegetated buffer separating the sidewalk from the travelled roadway and pedestrian ramps per current ADA standards.
Contract award: maintenance of large vegetated areas - revival of lot # 1: maintenance of the boulevard jean jaures.
The present contract covers all services necessary for the maintenance of green spaces landfill centers of the metropolis of Lyon, whether vegetated or mineralized.