Animate ( verb , adjective )

(As a verb)

Animate ( verb )

  1. Give life to (a drawing, character, or object) in a film, television program, or computer game by the addition of animation techniques.
  2. Bring to life; enliven.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin animat- "given life to", from the verb animare, from anima "life, breath".

Examples:

  1. The animators used cutting-edge technology to animate the characters in the film.
  2. She animated her presentation with colorful images and videos.
  3. His storytelling skills animated the audience and held their attention.
  4. The creative team animated the room with colorful lights and music.
  5. She animated the discussion with her vivid descriptions and engaging personality.

(As an adjective)

Animate ( adjective )

  1. Give life to (a drawing, character, or object) in a film, television program, or computer game by the addition of animation techniques.
  2. Bring to life; enliven.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin animat- "given life to", from the verb animare, from anima "life, breath".

Examples:

  1. The animators used cutting-edge technology to animate the characters in the film.
  2. She animated her presentation with colorful images and videos.
  3. His storytelling skills animated the audience and held their attention.
  4. The creative team animated the room with colorful lights and music.
  5. She animated the discussion with her vivid descriptions and engaging personality.
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