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lev·i·tate  audio  (lv-tt) KEY 

intr. & tr.v.
lev·i·tat·ed, lev·i·tat·ing, lev·i·tates
To rise or cause to rise into the air and float in apparent defiance of gravity.

ETYMOLOGY:
From Latin levis, light (on the model of gravitate) ; see levity

OTHER FORMS:
levi·tation(Noun), levi·tation·al(Adjective), levi·tator(Noun)


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