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aerate in Technology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaerateaer‧ate /ˈeəreɪt $ ˈer-/ verb [transitive] technical  Tto put a gas or air into a liquid or into soil→ See Verb table
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aerateThis turn is followed immediately by tedder or hay forks and the swathes fluffed up and aerated.As they do best if the water is aerated only half fill the aquarium.It is then shaken out with fork or machine to aerate the hay and allow the wind to pass through it.There is a fountain to aerate the pond as well as plants.To help minimise problems a ball airstone powered by a Hoffman pump has been introduced to aerate the water.As well as scarifying to clear out thatch, we aerate to let air into the turf and release surface water.Always aerate your system adequately especially when keeping Marines.