from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To convey by means of a vehicle.
- v. To ride in a vehicle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To convey by means of a vehicle; to ride in a vehicle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To convey by means of a vehicle; ride or drive in a vehicle.
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The words of scripture vehiculate truth of the highest order, a gift from God.
Apocalipsa din 2012 - interpretare eronată a inscripţiilor Maya Urmaşii din Mexic şi Guatemala ai locuitorilor fostului imperiu Maya - care a stăpânit o mare parte din America Centrală - susţin că apocalipsa nu va veni în 2012, contrar unor teorii vehiculate în lumea occidentală, potrivit unui studiu realizat de oamenii de ştiinţă mexicani.
To explain culture so understood, the object of study must be the overall flow of information among humans, through its mental and public implementations; the question that must be answered is what causes some of [sic] causal chains to extend more than others in time and space and to stabilize better than others the contents they vehiculate.
To put it simple, the soundtrack just feels right, it's spot on on the vibe it wants to vehiculate and at the same time broadcasts a cultural milestone in modern urbanism.
(Cloud Recordings), why not say that the inverse is true, that they're a basically experimental ensemble using pop structure to vehiculate some of their best ideas?
I think most feminists I know, even the not-quite-trans-friendly kind, agree that women can vehiculate sexism, particulary concerning women who don’t conform to gender norms (whether it is because they are trans, lesbian, masculine, …) “I think the problem is that trans women actually need feminism [...]”