verb-transitive: To impart interest or zest to; enliven: "The party was animated by all kinds of men and women” ( René Dubos).
verb-transitive: To fill with spirit, courage, or resolution; encourage. See Synonyms at encourage.
verb-transitive: To inspire to action; prompt.
verb-transitive: To impart motion or activity to.
verb-transitive: To make, design, or produce (a cartoon, for example) so as to create the illusion of motion.
adjective: Possessing life; living. See Synonyms at living.
adjective: Of or relating to animal life as distinct from plant life.
adjective: Belonging to the class of nouns that stand for living things: The word dog is animate; the word car is inanimate.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
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Early vampires were portrayed as demons walking in animate dead corpses.
He and it are both appropriate, as in animate objects have zero feeling either.
Language, however, even if one imagines it as a certain animate creature (which would only be just), is not capable of ethical choice.
Between a stone, which is part of the body of the earth, and a leaf which is part of the body of a plant, and a lock of hair which is part of the body of a man, there may be certain unimportant chemical differences, justifying us in using the terms animate and inanimate.