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aerate

To introduce air into soil or water by natural or artificial means.
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Martin knows of no other course that aerates only late in the fall and has greens as nice as Blissful's.
If Miller's scheme aerates and discreetly modernizes the interior of the main building (increasing space by a third), Allies and Morrison have pulled the site together externally.
Methyl bromide, which is still sometimes used as a termiticide, aerates more slowly and is an ozone depleter.