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Recirculate vs. Circulate

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Recirculateverb

To circulate again.

Circulateverb

(intransitive) to move in circles or through a circuit

Circulateverb

(transitive) to cause (a person or thing) to move in circles or through a circuit

Circulateverb

to move from person to person, as at a party

Circulateverb

to spread or disseminate

‘to circulate money or gossip’;

Circulateverb

to become widely known

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Circulateverb

(math) Of decimals: to repeat.

Circulateverb

To move in a circle or circuitously; to move round and return to the same point; as, the blood circulates in the body.

Circulateverb

To pass from place to place, from person to person, or from hand to hand; to be diffused; as, money circulates; a story circulates.

Circulateverb

To cause to pass from place to place, or from person to person; to spread; as, to circulate a report; to circulate bills of credit.

Circulateverb

become widely known and passed on;

‘the rumor spread’; ‘the story went around in the office’;

Circulateverb

cause to become widely known;

‘spread information’; ‘circulate a rumor’; ‘broadcast the news’;

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Circulateverb

cause to be distributed;

‘This letter is circulating among the faculty’;

Circulateverb

move through a space, circuit or system, returning to the starting point;

‘Blood circulates in my veins’; ‘The air here does not circulate’;

Circulateverb

move in circles

Circulateverb

cause to move in a circuit or system;

‘The fan circulates the air in the room’;

Circulateverb

move around freely;

‘She circulates among royalty’;

Circulateverb

cause to move around;

‘circulate a rumor’;

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Circulate

Circulate is the second solo album of Neil Sedaka after his 1959 debut solo album Rock with Sedaka. Circulate was released in 1961 by RCA Victor and was produced by Al Nevins and Don Kirshner.

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