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populate

verb /ˈpopjuleit/
(usually in passive) to fill with people
poblar
That part of the world used to be populated by wandering tribes.
population noun the people living in a particular country, area etc
población
The population of London is 8 million a rapid increase in population.
populous adjective full of people
populoso
a populous area.
population is singular: The population of the city increases in the summer.
(Definition of populate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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