Translation of agitate in Spanish:
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 (disturb, move) [surface/liquid/solution] agitarExample sentences1.2 (upset, alarm) inquietar
- In some management systems, agitating the liquid in pits has greatly reduced fly breeding.
- A pump inside the tank agitates the water, to ensure that the ice doesn't get too cold, and that the crystals produced remain on the small side.
- She agitates the water and then places the cup on the middle of the plastic platform.
- This person is agitated, anxious restless, tremulous and looses appetite and cannot sleep.
- He was extremely agitated and wouldn't let anyone near him before his father turned up.
- I had to make a decision; there were too many questions that kept agitating me.
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
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