verb[with object] chiefly Psychology
- 1Form an idea of; imagine or conceive.More example sentences
- Authentic architectural experiences derive from real or ideated bodily confrontations rather than visually observed entities.
- The mind or input consciousness ideated the action concept in the first place - with some effort.
- Our firm ideates, creates and executes growth strategies for multiple retail channel development.
- 1.1 [no object] Form ideas; think.More example sentences
- He showed me a special room set aside especially for ‘ideating.’
- Good for him, if it means the Babu can stop ‘ideating’ now.
- When others weep over Bangalore's infrastructure woes, Infosys chairman and chief mentor Narayana Murthy ideates.
late 17th century: from medieval Latin ideat- 'formed as an idea', from the verb ideare, from Latin idea (see idea).
More definitions of ideateDefinition of ideate in:
- The US English dictionary