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Oxford dictionary definition of the word incubate:
1 [with object] (of a bird) sit on (eggs) in order to keep them warm and bring them to hatching.
(in a laboratory or other controlled situation) keep (eggs, bacteria, embryos, etc.) at a suitable temperature so that they develop:
the samples were incubated at 80°C for 3 minutes
North American give support and aid the development of (a new small business).
2 (be incubating something) be developing an infectious disease before symptoms appear:
the possibility that she was incubating early syphilis
[no object] develop slowly without outward or perceptible signs:
the BSE bug incubates for around three years
mid 17th century: from Latin incubat- ‘lain on’, from the verb incubare, from in- ‘upon’ + cubare ‘to lie’