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stimulate  Verb
  1. Translate "stimulate" to Spanish: estimular, caldear, acicatear
    English Synonyms of "stimulate": encourage, excite, urge, bolster, give a fillip to, give a spur, incite, thrill
    Define meaning of "stimulate": Act as a stimulant. ; Cause to do; cause to act in a specified manner.; Provide the needed stimulus for.; Stir the feelings, emotions, or peace of. ; Stir feelings in.
  2. Money stimulates the employees, El dinero estimula a los empleados.
    The book stimulated her imagination.
    This play stimulates.
    The ads induced me to buy a VCR.
    My children finally got me to buy a computer.
    My wife made me buy a new sofa.
    These stories shook the community.
    The civil war shook the country.
    Stimulate my appetite.
    Excite the audience.
    Stir emotions.

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  3. Translate "stimulate" to Spanish: estimular, acicatear, galvanizar
    English Synonyms of "stimulate": boost up, excite, make tick, hypo, jack up, pep up, arouse
    Define meaning of "stimulate": Act as a stimulant. ; Provide the needed stimulus for.; Stir feelings in.
  4. The aroma stimulates the senses, El aroma estimula los sentidos.
    The book stimulated her imagination.
    This play stimulates.
    Stimulate my appetite.
    Excite the audience.
    Stir emotions.

  5. Translate "stimulate" to Spanish: avivar, estimular, aguzar
    English Synonyms of "stimulate": arouse, enkindle, kindle, light up, stir, pique, set afire
    Define meaning of "stimulate": Cause to be alert and energetic.; Provide the needed stimulus for.; Cause to occur rapidly. ; Stir feelings in.
  6. Coffee and tea stimulate me.
    This herbal infusion doesn't stimulate.
    The infection precipitated a high fever and allergic reactions.
    Stimulate my appetite.
    Excite the audience.
    Stir emotions.

Verb Conjugation for "stimulate"
Gerund: stimulating
Past Participle: stimulated

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