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mutate

[myoo-teyt]
verb (used with object), mutated, mutating.
1.
to change; alter.
2.
Phonetics. to change by umlaut.
verb (used without object), mutated, mutating.
3.
to change; undergo mutation.

Origin:
1810–20; < Latin mūtātus, past participle of mūtare to change; see -ate1

mutative [myoo-tuh-tiv] , adjective
nonmutative, adjective
unmutated, adjective
unmutative, adjective
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mutate (mjuːˈteɪt)
 
vb
to undergo or cause to undergo mutation
 
[C19: from Latin mūtātus changed, from mūtāre to change]
 
mutative
 
adj

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mutate
"to change state or condition," 1818 (in genetic sense, 1913), from L. mutatus (see mutation). Related: Mutated.
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