It is likely that the state will operate without a budget all year long.
It is necessary for British police to request the Portuguese authorities allow them to operate on their turf.
“We felt very strongly that if we operate efficiently that we could pay more,” Moorhouse said.
There are a bunch of religions that operate through clothing.
But it takes more than just pilots to operate the drone fleet.
It can operate on grades and curves that are impossible with the railroad.
I could not operate the mechanism of invisibility of De Boer's X-flyer.
Must pass an examination equal to that required to obtain a permit or license to operate an automobile in her community.
It is possible to operate the spindles at a remarkable speed.
The men who are hired to operate the cars rarely stay more than a week or so.
c.1600, "to be in effect," back-formation from operation, or else from Latin operatus, past participle of operari "to work, labor, toil, take pains" (in Late Latin "to have effect, be active, cause"). Surgical sense is first attested 1799. Meaning "to work machinery" is from 1864 in American English. Related: Operated; operating. Operating system in the computer sense is from 1961.
operate op·er·ate (ŏp'ə-rāt')
v. op·er·at·ed, op·er·at·ing, op·er·ates
To perform surgery.