conservate

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conservate (third-person singular simple present conservates, present participle conservating, simple past and past participle conservated)

  1. (dated, transitive) To conserve.
    • 1873, Van Nostrand's engineering magazine
      The theory which was, and we believe is still maintained by the patentees, embraces the idea that the vitality of the animal is thus conservated and eventually conveyed to the plant per the Native Guano.
    • 1919, Frank Hunter Potter, The Naval Reserve:
      When Hoover's conservating pen / Cut down our steak and sausage ration / With one accord we cried "AMEN," / And meatlessness became the fashion.
  2. (nonstandard, intransitive) To practice conservation.
    • 2001 March, Matt Groening, “Birdbot of Ice-Catraz”, Futurama, season 3, episode 37
      I'm sorry, but if it's fun in any way it's not environmentalism. [] Let's conservate.

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conservate

  1. second-person plural present of conservare
  2. second-person plural imperative of conservare

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cōnservāte

  1. second-person plural present active imperative of cōnservō

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cōnservāte

  1. vocative masculine singular of cōnservātus