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enervate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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enervateen‧er‧vate /ˈenəveɪt $ -ər-/ verb [transitive] formal  MIWEAKto make you feel tired and weak The hot sun enervated her to the point of collapse.enervated adjective [not before noun] David felt too enervated to resist.enervating adjective
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enervateOr, maybe less tired than enervated.Feeling at once enervated and threatened, the enterprise collectively hunkers into a defensive, self-protective posture.He seems at first laconic and enervated, loathe to put a sentence together aloud.
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Verb table
enervate
Simple Form
Present
itenervates
enervate
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Past
it, theyenervated
Present perfect
theyhave enervated
ithas enervated
Past perfect
it, theyhad enervated
Future
it, theywill enervate
Future perfect
it, theywill have enervated
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Continuous Form
Present
theyare enervating
itis enervating
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Past
theywere enervating
itwas enervating
Present perfect
theyhave been enervating
ithas been enervating
Past perfect
it, theyhad been enervating
Future
it, theywill be enervating
Future perfect
it, theywill have been enervating
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