- A person or thing that causes something to circulate
- Who is the circulator of this rumor?
- (transport) A local transit system that provides regular service within a closed loop
- You can ride the airport circulator to the next terminal.
- (electronics) A passive electronic component with three or more ports, in which the ports can be accessed in such a way that when a signal is fed into any port it is transferred to the next port only
circulate + -or
Variant of circulate
intransitive verbcirculated, circulating
- to move in a circle, circuit, or course and return to the same point, as blood through the body
- to go from person to person or from place to place; specif.,
- to move about freely, as air
- to move about as in society or at a party
- to be made widely known, felt, established, distributed, etc.
- to be distributed to a circle or mass of readers or collectors
Origin of circulate; from Classical Latin circulatus, past participle of circulari, to form a circle
to cause to move around freely or go from one person or place to another; place in circulation