From arpeggio + -ate.
arpeggiate (third-person singular simple present arpeggiates, present participle arpeggiating, simple past and past participle arpeggiated)
- (music, transitive) To play (a chord) as an arpeggio.
- (music, of the notes of a chord) To represent separately on a score.
(Can we add an example for this sense?)
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