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The government should do more to stimulate investment in the rural areas of the state.
new measures to stimulate the economy
Such questions provide a useful means of stimulating students' interest.
drugs to stimulate the production of hormones
Cut the foliage back hard to stimulate new growth.
I like the stimulation of being required to use my imagination.
This is the American English definition of stimulate. View British English definition of stimulate.
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