[puh-sif-i-keyt] /pəˈsɪf ɪˌkeɪt/
verb (used with object), pacificated, pacificating.
the act, process, or policy of pacifying
“a setting at peace,” early 15c., from Middle French pacification “act of making peaceful” (15c.), from Latin pacificationem (nominative pacificatio) “a peace-making,” noun of action from past participle stem of pacificare “to pacify” (see pacify).
[puh-sif-i-keyt] /pəˈsɪf ɪˌkeɪt/ verb (used with object), pacificated, pacificating. 1. to pacify.
noun 1. a small, slender barracuda, Sphyraena argentea, of coastal seas from Alaska to Baja California, valued as a food fish.
processor (“P” from Pentium, 6 from 686, the successor to 586 which is what the Pentium would have been had it followed the naming scheme its predecessors) The name for the Pentium Pro during development. (1995-11-15)
- P53 gene
A gene that is thought to play a role in regulating cell death or apoptosis, in suppressing tumors, in regulating the cell cycle, and in stopping the cell from dividing when the DNA is damaged.