To reticulate is to form a type of net or network.

Reticulating is an activity that creates a net or network. Linking a group of computers into a shared network reticulates them. A spider spinning a web is doing a form of reticulating. A businessperson making connections with many colleagues is reticulating by creating a social network with them. The key to any form of reticulating is that it makes connections: it links people or things in a type of net.

Definitions of reticulate

adj resembling or forming a network

“the reticulate veins of a leaf”
“a reticulated highway system”
cancellate, cancellated, clathrate
having a latticelike structure pierced with holes or windows
crisscross, crisscrossed
marked with crossing lines
fretted, interlaced, latticed, latticelike
having a pattern of fretwork or latticework
interconnected, interrelated
reciprocally connected
lacy, netlike, netted, webbed, webby, weblike
having open interstices or resembling a web
resembling a network
having a network of veins or ribs
not resembling or forming a network

v distribute by a network, as of water or electricity

Type of:
make available

v divide so as to form a network

Type of:
assume a form or shape

v form a net or a network

Type of:
undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature

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