01. The heart acts to [circulate] the blood through our bodies.
02. The total [circulation] of this newspaper is over 100,000.
03. There is a rumor [circulating] in the office that the boss is going to be replaced.
04. My socks are too tight, and they are cutting off the [circulation] to my feet a bit.
05. Students in the school are [circulating] a petition asking the teachers to assign less homework on weekends.
06. Why don't you open the windows a bit so we can get some fresh air [circulating] in the house?
07. My grandmother has poor [circulation], so she is very sensitive to cold.
08. The veins and arteries are the principal pathways of the human [circulatory] system.
09. Can you please ensure that the memo showing the latest profit figures for the month is [circulated] to all the salesmen?
10. Charles Mayo once said, "Worry affects the [circulation], the heart, the glands, the whole nervous system. I have never known a man who died from overwork, but many who died from doubt."
11. If laid out in a straight line, the average adult's [circulatory] system would be nearly 60,000 miles long - enough to circle our earth two and a half times.
12. "India Today," the most popular magazine in India, has a bi-weekly [circulation] of 970,000.
13. Heart disease is usually considered as anything that goes wrong with the heart or [circulatory] system.
14. Since the early 1980s, most foreign visitors to Cambodia have not been allowed to [circulate] freely.
15. William Harvey established the system of blood [circulation] in the seventeenth century.
16. Belgium, together with 11 of its EU partners, began [circulating] euro currency in January 2002.
17. Because our [circulation] figures have increased, our magazine can now charge more for advertising.
18. Sathya Sai Baba once observed that blood has to [circulate] from head to foot, as love has to [circulate] from high to low.
19. Our planet's magnetic force is a result of the [circulation] of liquid at its core caused by the rotation of the planet.
20. The landscape of our planet is greatly modified by the tremendous volume of water [circulating] on its surface.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


Look at other dictionaries:

  • Circulate — Studio album by Neil Sedaka Released 1961 …   Wikipedia

  • Circulate — Cir cu*late, v. t. To cause to pass from place to place, or from person to person; to spread; as, to circulate a report; to circulate bills of credit. [1913 Webster] {Circulating pump}. See under {Pump}. Syn: To spread; diffuse; propagate;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • circulate — cir‧cu‧late [ˈsɜːkjleɪt ǁ ˈsɜːr ] verb [transitive] to send a letter or information to people: • A summary of the report was circulated to all board members. * * * circulate UK US /ˈsɜːkjəleɪt/ verb [I or T] ► to send something such as… …   Financial and business terms

  • circulate — [v1] make known bring out, broadcast, diffuse, disperse, disseminate, distribute, exchange, interview, issue, promulgate, propagate, publicize, publish, radiate, report, spread, strew, troll; concepts 60,138 circulate [v2] flow actuate, circle,… …   New thesaurus

  • Circulate — Cir cu*late, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Circulated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Circulating}.] [L. circulatus, p. p. of circulare, v. t., to surround, make round, circulari, v. i., to gather into a circle. See {Circle}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To move in a circle or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • circulate — I verb acquire currency, announce, bandy, be public, be published, become public, bring before the public, bring out, broadcast, bruit abroad, change hands, change places, circuit, circularize, circumagere, come out, communicate, convey, diffuse …   Law dictionary

  • circulate — (v.) late 15c., as a chemical term for alternating vaporization and condensation, from L. circulatus, pp. of circulare to form a circle, from circulus (see CIRCLE (Cf. circle) (n.)). Meaning to move around, revolve is from 1670s; of blood, from… …   Etymology dictionary

  • circulate — *spread, disseminate, diffuse, propagate, radiate Analogous words: revolve, rotate (see TURN): interchange, *exchange …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • circulate — ► VERB 1) move continuously through a closed system or area. 2) pass from place to place or person to person. 3) move around a social function and talk to many people. DERIVATIVES circulator noun …   English terms dictionary

  • circulate — [sʉr′kyo͞o lāt΄, sʉr′kyəlāt΄] vi. circulated, circulating [< L circulatus, pp. of circulari, to form a CIRCLE] 1. to move in a circle, circuit, or course and return to the same point, as blood through the body 2. to go from person to person or …   English World dictionary

  • circulate */*/ — UK [ˈsɜː(r)kjʊleɪt] / US [ˈsɜrkjəˌleɪt] verb Word forms circulate : present tense I/you/we/they circulate he/she/it circulates present participle circulating past tense circulated past participle circulated 1) [intransitive] if information or… …   English dictionary

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.