de|blat|er|ate «dih BLAT uh rayt», intransitive verb, -rat|ed, -rat|ing.
1. to babble; prate.
2. to complain bitterly against something.
[< Latin dēblaterāre (with English -ate1) < dē- of + blaterāre to prate]

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