Innovate definition

ĭnə-vāt
To introduce new methods, devices, etc.
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To begin or introduce (something new) for the first time.
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To begin or introduce something new.
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To bring in as an innovation.
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From his attempts upon the civil power, he proceeds to innovate God's worship.
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(intransitive) To introduce something new to a particular environment; to do something new.
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To introduce (something) as new.

To innovate a word or an act.

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The definition of innovate is to come up with some new creative method, product or idea that inspires change.

When Apple comes out with a new product that has never even been imagined, like the first-ever iPod, this is an example of when Apple innovates.

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Origin of innovate

  • French innover from Old French from Latin innovāre innovāt- to renew in- intensive pref. in–2 novāre to make new (from novus new newo- in Indo-European roots)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From the participle stem of Latin innovare (“renew”).

    From Wiktionary