Common misspellings for operation:
apprecieation, oppresstion, eploration, appercation, apreceation, opperetuiny, oparation, operaiting, cooperatiojn, impretion, aperation, opeerating, opprotnuy, coaperation, upsetion, opereation, aboprtion, oeration, oprression, oppersion, oppresion, oporational, orporation, corpration, operatios, epyptian, orperations, oprtions, coproation, operationg, inpriation, operatioins, copration, operaing, operatioons, apreshation, opperating, epresion, coopearation, coopoeration, appreachion, updation, apparation, appretation, opction, aspration, cuoperation, ipersanation, aderation, oeprating, superation, couperation, upression, operationnal, appechiation, coapration, ooperations, coooperation, operaion, evaperation, leprachan, asperation, apreseation, coopreation, opention, opreational, corparation, cooepration, coperation, operationl, oppention, operartions, inperration, aprichation, operition, operationsal, opperations, perperation, ineration, opeation, opeartion, sepereation, copperation, peruasion, operatioin, operataion, operationa, coopperation, seporation, eggeration, opereting, operatting, operarion, apirition, opereating, apprection, sepperation, cooaperation, sepration, oparations, opration, coopeeration, aprecation, opearation, operatio, epiration, operaton, operiation, opresional, operatign, coporation, imporation, opation, opintion, optishion, apresiation, operastion, cooparation, operasion, orperatiion, apperication, operateing, opression, opertaion, operstion, operatiom, ecaporation, coparation, operationsin, opservation, oeprational, ipression, opporation, coorperation, seperation, reperation, opratioanl, approachinh, opretion, operationof, apretion, poration, spearation, serperation, copooration, operaiton, appreation, oppession, deperation, apeceiantion, opiontion, apperation, opertation, operatiion, apperiation, opption, operetions, apprieation, appreceiation, opteration, opporational, inperation, opreration, operration, operatin, assperation, appreiation, appication, operssion, opperation, oprhan, opresion, aereation, opriations, reoperation, approachng, upgration, apperision, proation, oporations, oeprations, opertion, appreciacion, opperationg, oppistion, operartion, apperciation, inprestion, operatng, operatoin, orperation, ispration, opporations, copreation, dipretion, opreations, appreseation, orperating, oppition, inpiration, coopration, opperational, apiration, copporation, operatioal, operationale, opperssion, appeciation, appreceation, opereations, isperational, coorpration, sapration, operrations, appreaction, opearations, porrtion, isparation, sepaeration, oppretion, apication, operashion, appriation, inoperation, superision, itteration, apretiation, operatial, operatiosn, oprtion, appiration, cooperartion, oopperation, opiration, opreation, operatioanl, aparition, operatiors, opreating, operattion, porotion, operashun, oporation, oppresssion, isperation, copoperation, oepration, openkitchen, operatiing, oprations, eperation, opperantional, operationss, opportion, apreaction, oprational, oppersition, sepreation, apperition, opparational, poeration, operastional, opperession, coopereation, porprtion, operatation, operationy, opprutinuy, cooparition, saperation, speration, apritiation, cooperration, operaitions, operatior, sparation, peperation, opetion, opulation, inpretion, coorparation, aireation, appritation, coeperation, cooporetion, coporeation, corpiration, especation, inpriration, operarting, opperateing, opperatieng, operatino, operationi, operetion, operision, opersation, operantional, operationnly, orparations, operationer, opersition, oppsotion, operession, repriation, kperation, lperation, pperation, 0peration, 9peration, ooeration, oleration, o-eration, o0eration, opwration, opsration, opdration, oprration, op4ration, op3ration, opeeation, opedation, opefation, opetation, ope5ation, ope4ation, operztion, operwtion, operqtion, operafion, operagion, operayion, opera6ion, opera5ion, operatuon, operatjon, operatkon, operatoon, operat9on, operat8on, operatiin, operatikn, operatiln, operatipn, operati0n, operati9n, operatiob, operatioj, operatioh, ioperation, oiperation, koperation, okperation, loperation, olperation, poperation, 0operation, o0peration, 9operation, o9peration, opoeration, opleration, o-peration, op-eration, op0eration, opweration, opewration, opseration, opesration, opderation, opedration, op4eration, ope4ration, op3eration, ope3ration, opeeration, operdation, opefration, operfation, opetration, ope5ration, oper5ation, oper4ation, operzation, operaztion, operwation, operawtion, operqation, operaqtion, operatrion, operaftion, operatfion, operagtion, operatgion, operaytion, operatyion, opera6tion, operat6ion, opera5tion, operat5ion, operatuion, operatiuon, operatjion, operatijon, operatkion, operatikon, operatoion, operatioon, operat9ion, operati9on, operat8ion, operati8on, operatiokn, operatilon, operatioln, operatipon, 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Definition of operation:
- process or manner of functioning or operating; " the power of its engine determine its operation"; " the plane's operation in high winds"; " they compared the cooking performance of each oven"; " the jet's performance conformed to high standards"
- activity by a military or naval force ( as a maneuver or campaign); " it was a joint operation of the navy and air force"
- the state of being in effect or being operative; " that rule is no longer in operation"
- a planned activity involving many people performing various actions; " they organized a rescue operation"; " the biggest police operation in French history"; " running a restaurant is quite an operation"; " consolidate the companies various operations"
- ( computer science) data processing in which the result is completely specified by a rule ( especially the processing that results from a single instruction); " it can perform millions of operations per second"
- a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments; performed to repair damage or arrest disease in a living body; " they will schedule the operation as soon as an operating room is available"; " he died while undergoing surgery"
- The act or process of operating; agency; the exertion of power, physical, mechanical, or moral.
- The method of working; mode of action.
- That which is operated or accomplished; an effect brought about in accordance with a definite plan; as, military or naval operations.
- Effect produced; influence.
- Something to be done; some transformation to be made upon quantities, the transformation being indicated either by rules or symbols.
- Any methodical action of the hand, or of the hand with instruments, on the human body, to produce a curative or remedial effect, as in amputation, etc.
- Working or way of working; regular action; as, the machine is in operation; agency; surgical action upon the body; a series of movements of an army or fleet.
- The act of operating. 1. Any surgical procedure. 2. The action of a drug or other remedy. 3. An evacuation of the bowels.
- Incision or excision of any part of the body.
- Act or process of operating: agency: influence: method of working: action or movements: surgical performance.
- Agency; influence; action; surgical act.
- The act of operating; act; mode of action; process.
- Surgical treatment, as for removal of a part.
- The act or process of operating; agency; the exertion of power, physical, mechanical, or moral; manipulation; movement of an army or fleet, or of machinery, or any physical body.
- The act or process of operating; something to be done; agency; process; influence; action; effect; in surg., any action done by a qualified person upon the human body, with the hand or by means of an instrument, with a view to heal or bring to a normal state.