populated, past participle; populates, 3rd person singular present; populating, present participle; populated, past tense;
Form the population of (a town, area, or country)
the island is populated by scarcely 40,000 people
a densely populated area
Fill or be present in (a place, environment, or domain)
the spirit of the book and the characters who populate its pages
Cause people to settle in (an area or place)
Finland pursues a policy designed to populate its Russian borders
Add data to a previously empty section of (an electronic form, document, etc.)
use scripts to populate the graph with data
furnished with inhabitants; "the area is well populated"; "forests populated with all kinds of wild life"
(populate) inhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of; "People lived in Africa millions of years ago"; "The people inhabited the islands that are now deserted"; "this kind of fish dwells near the bottom of the ocean"; "deer are populating the woods"
A population is all the organisms that both belong to the same species and live in the same geographical area. ...
Supplied with inhabitants or content
(populate) To supply with inhabitants; to people; To live in; to inhabit; To fill initially empty items in a collection
(populate) To add object types, objects, or metadata to the Information Catalog |Center.
(Populate) To add content in the form of attribute values to an existing framework. Such frameworks include the database, table and form.
(Populate) To fill a memory socket, either with a true module or with something that completes the circuit, such as a C-RIMM. An empty socket is referred to as unpopulated.
(Populate) To put information in an input field. Auto Populate is when Best 4 Diabetes puts information in a text field for you. You can later change the information that was Auto Populated.
(Populate) as a verb, means the process of populating a geographic area, as by procreation or immigration.
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(Populating (a database)) Adding entries to a database or filling in gaps.
Refers to the number of people in an area. Cities are heavily populated, which means that many people live and work there. Do you think rural areas are heavily populated?