operating

[ op-uh-rey-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF operating

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OPERATING

In the movement to and from the operating room, the door stood open for a moment.

All the time I was sitting waiting, I kept thinking that it was you who were operating!

But that first case died because a sponge had been left in the operating field.

You were operating, with everybody standing by, saying how wonderful it was.

It was an operating table—and he was to be the subject of their operation!

Have all lights taken out of the operating room and the windows shaded.

At the time he was wounded he was operating a portable searchlight.

Obviously, it was exported to provide the means for operating the English mills.

No––has he an operating room where all sound can be shut out?

Naka Machi stepped to the operating table and dug into one of the drawers.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OPERATING

hitting

adjectivefiring smoothly; said of an internal combustion engine
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