adjective. (of a liquid) treated by having air passed or bubbled through it for purification.
adjective. supplied with carbon dioxide.
1. Adjective They require loose, well aerated soil until their root systems strengthen. 2. Verb, past tense One cup of unsifted flour will actually be heavier and have more flour in it than a cup of sifted, aerated flour, so your final product may be denser and less fluffy than desired. 3. Verb, past participle Oil also doesn't work as well in recipes such as cookies and cakes, which call for the butter to be creamed or aerated with sugar and eggs first.