irrigative

/ˈɪrəgeɪtɪv/ (say 'iruhgaytiv)

adjective
serving for or relating to irrigation.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • irrigative — ir·ri·ga·tive …   English syllables

  • irrigative — ˈirəˌgād.iv adjective : irrigational …   Useful english dictionary

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  • irrigate — [ir′ə gāt΄] vt. irrigated, irrigating [< L irrigatus, pp. of irrigare, to bring water to or upon < in , in, to, upon + rigare, to water, moisten: see RAIN] 1. to refresh by or as by watering 2. to supply (land) with water by means of… …   English World dictionary

  • irrigate — v.tr. 1 a water (land) by means of channels. b (of a stream etc.) supply (land) with water. 2 Med. supply (a wound etc.) with a constant flow of liquid. 3 refresh as with moisture. Derivatives: irrigable adj. irrigation n. irrigative adj.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ir|rig|u|ous — «ih RIHG yu uhs», adjective. Archaic. 1. well watered; moist; wet: »The flowery lap Of some irriguous valley (Milton). 2. watering; irrigative. ╂[< Latin irriguus (w …   Useful english dictionary

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