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rus·ti·cate

 (rŭs′tĭ-kāt′)
v. rus·ti·cat·ed, rus·ti·cat·ing, rus·ti·cates
v.intr.
To go to or live in the country.
v.tr.
1. To send to the country.
2. Chiefly British To suspend (a student) from a university.
3. To cut or shape (masonry blocks) with deep-set joints and a rough-hewn face.

[Latin rūsticārī, rūsticāt-, from rūsticus, rustic; see rustic.]

rus′ti·ca′tion n.
rus′ti·ca′tor n.
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rusticate

(ˈrʌstɪˌkeɪt)
vb
1. to banish or retire to the country
2. to make or become rustic in style, behaviour, etc
3. (Architecture) (tr) architect to finish (an exterior wall) with large blocks of masonry that are separated by deep joints and decorated with a bold, usually textured, design
4. (Education) (tr) Brit to send down from university for a specified time as a punishment
[C17: from Latin rūsticārī, from rūs the country]
ˌrustiˈcation n
ˈrustiˌcator n
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rus•ti•cate

(ˈrʌs tɪˌkeɪt)

v. -cat•ed, -cat•ing. v.i.
1. to go to the country.
2. to stay or live in the country.
v.t.
3. to send to or domicile in the country.
4. to make rustic, as persons or manners.
5. to finish (masonry) with deeply sunken or beveled joints between raised block faces.
6. Brit. to suspend (a student) from a university as punishment.
[1650–60; < Latin rūsticātus, past participle of rūsticārī to live in the country, derivative of rūsticus rustic]
rus`ti•ca′tion, n.
rus′ti•ca`tor, n.
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rusticate


Past participle: rusticated
Gerund: rusticating

Imperative
rusticate
rusticate
Present
I rusticate
you rusticate
he/she/it rusticates
we rusticate
you rusticate
they rusticate
Preterite
I rusticated
you rusticated
he/she/it rusticated
we rusticated
you rusticated
they rusticated
Present Continuous
I am rusticating
you are rusticating
he/she/it is rusticating
we are rusticating
you are rusticating
they are rusticating
Present Perfect
I have rusticated
you have rusticated
he/she/it has rusticated
we have rusticated
you have rusticated
they have rusticated
Past Continuous
I was rusticating
you were rusticating
he/she/it was rusticating
we were rusticating
you were rusticating
they were rusticating
Past Perfect
I had rusticated
you had rusticated
he/she/it had rusticated
we had rusticated
you had rusticated
they had rusticated
Future
I will rusticate
you will rusticate
he/she/it will rusticate
we will rusticate
you will rusticate
they will rusticate
Future Perfect
I will have rusticated
you will have rusticated
he/she/it will have rusticated
we will have rusticated
you will have rusticated
they will have rusticated
Future Continuous
I will be rusticating
you will be rusticating
he/she/it will be rusticating
we will be rusticating
you will be rusticating
they will be rusticating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rusticating
you have been rusticating
he/she/it has been rusticating
we have been rusticating
you have been rusticating
they have been rusticating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rusticating
you will have been rusticating
he/she/it will have been rusticating
we will have been rusticating
you will have been rusticating
they will have been rusticating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rusticating
you had been rusticating
he/she/it had been rusticating
we had been rusticating
you had been rusticating
they had been rusticating
Conditional
I would rusticate
you would rusticate
he/she/it would rusticate
we would rusticate
you would rusticate
they would rusticate
Past Conditional
I would have rusticated
you would have rusticated
he/she/it would have rusticated
we would have rusticated
you would have rusticated
they would have rusticated
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rusticate - live in the country and lead a rustic life
domicile, domiciliate, reside, shack - make one's home in a particular place or community; "may parents reside in Florida"
2.rusticate - send to the country; "He was rusticated for his bad behavior"
banish, ban - ban from a place of residence, as for punishment
3.rusticate - suspend temporarily from college or university, in England
debar, suspend - bar temporarily; from school, office, etc.
4.rusticate - give (stone) a rustic look
rebate - cut a rebate in (timber or stone)
5.rusticate - lend a rustic character to; "rusticate the house in the country"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
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Translations

rusticate

[ˈrʌstɪkeɪt]
A. VT (Brit) (Univ) → suspender temporalmente
B. VIrusticar
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rusticate

vt
(form, liter: = send to country) → aufs Land schicken; (= make rustic)bäurisch machen
(Brit Univ) → vorübergehend von der Universität verweisen
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References in periodicals archive ?
RUSTICATOR Holiday maker especially those who spend their vacation in Maine.
Acadia National Park was established in 1919 as a result of tireless campaigning by wealthy summer residents such as George Dorr and John D Rockefeller Jr, who lived in enormous, 80-room "cottages" and were known as "rusticators", for their love of the rural life.
It is a surprise to discover an outpost of the diaspora in a place defined by lobsters and Protestant rusticators. It is even more surprising--and the congregation's original families would have found it as alien as the taste of lobster--to hear the music we sing there now.