- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of operate.
“This portion of the title operates wholly on rails, taking you from one scenic shooting gallery to the next.”
“The label operates under the premise that people don't want to pay money for nothing, and digital music is sort of nothing, so how can it be made into a physical product?”
“The room where the team operates is awash with colour.”
“In Japan, where the number of cases pales compared to the U.S. and Europe, the architecture of and speed at which the judicial system operates is vastly different.”
“Prayer can work miracles, but 99.99% of them are miracles that take place in the heart of the prayer, the miracle of a changed soul, which when you realize how human nature operates, is the greatest miracle possible.”
“Thomas, who currently faces questions about the Team Thomas nonprofit group he operates, is now facing accusations of hypocrisy for the society's grant.”
“A leading opposition figure said changing the way Zimbabwe operates is the primary responsibility of ordinary Zimbabweans.”
“In reality, your brain operates on the edge of chaos.”
“Because the Kremlin operates by keeping observers in the dark, it's the job of the West to shine light on cases like Mr. Orlov's.”
“The approporiate time to change the rules by which Congress operates is when they set the legislative rules, which is to say at about this time last year, and again at about this time next year.”
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