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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. To motivate or to arouse to action.
2. To coat with a rust-resistant material, such as zinc.
3. To stimulate by applying an electric current.
After physician and physicist Luigi Galvani (1737-1798), who studied electrical stimulation in animal tissue. Earliest documented use: 1802.
“And what better way than to galvanise some of the best minds to handle the task.”
John Antony Xavier; A Herculean Task; New Straits Times (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia); Feb 19, 2019.
See more usage examples of galvanize in Vocabulary.com’s dictionary.
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