perturbate

perturbate

(pəˈtɜːˌbeɪt)
adj
an obsolete word for perturbed
vb (tr)
another word for perturb
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On the other hand, you can consider that new (and unexpected) information, on the real nature of climate damages for example, would perturbate the initially forecasted dynamics of the economy.
GMM allows performing a change detection analysis on background scenario also in case of occurrence of disturbance processes (i.e., trembling shadows or tree foliage that generally can perturbate the monitored scenario) [15].
A nasal was chosen because it has been observed that nasals do little to perturbate the F0 of the following vowel (cf.
Pentru a intelege tulburarea de personalitate, trebuie sa ne concentram atentia asupra aspectelor functionale ale personalitatii, precum si asupra modului in care aceste functii sunt perturbate (2).
However in themselves they do not radically change social systems like capital into something else: they can only perturbate them.
It is worth noting that due to the strong dependence with axial electric field excitation and the resonant behavior of the equivalent quasi-static circuit, the CSRR elements embedded within the microstrip line will not perturbate the overall response of the device in out-of-band operation.
For quoque satyrarum expositione satis even in the exposition of the perturbate contendit nullas eos remaining satires, he contends, sese habere rationes qui non rather confusedly, that those who Juvenalis esse dicerent quam ut say this satire is not by Juvenal sapientiores ob id viderentur.