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< Latin decoratus, pp. of decorare (to adorn, distinguish, honor) < decus (ornament, grace, dignity, honor), akin to decor (elegance, grace, beauty, ornament) < decet (adorn, befit).

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Infinitive
to Decorate

Third person singular
Decorates

Simple past
decorated

Past participle
decorated

Present participle
decorating

to Decorate (third-person singular simple present Decorates, present participle decorating, simple past and past participle decorated)
  1. (transitive) To furnish with decorations.
  2. (transitive) To improve the appearance of an interior of a house, room, office and so forth.
  3. (computing) (transitive) (In some programming languages) To extend a method, etc. by attaching some further code item.
    It makes sure that the field name argument is not empty, and that the field specified there is an actual existing field in the class which declares the method decorated with this attribute.

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decorate

  1. second person plural present tense and imperative of decorarecs:decorate

el:decorate fa:decorate fr:decorate ko:decorate io:decorate it:decorate kn:decorate hu:decorate ml:decorate nl:decorate pl:decorate ru:decorate simple:decorate fi:decorate ta:decorate th:decorate tr:decorate vi:decorate zh:decorate

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