- 1 [with object] (usually as adjective granulated) Form (something) into grains or particles: granulated sugarMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Zarame is Japanese granulated brown sugar, found in some Asian markets.
- As a healthier alternative to refined white sugar, I chose granulated cane juice, which has not been stripped of all its nutrients.
- Total cement contents and percentages of additives, including fly ash, silica fume, ground granulated blast furnace slag, and an alkaline earth mineral admixture, were varied.
- 1.1 [no object] (Of a substance) take the form of grains or particles: the syrup would not granulate properlyMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Unlike the runny texture of most honeys, the gel-like consistency of heather honey means that, to form a set honey, it needs the addition of a more common honey, such as rapeseed, which granulates more quickly.
- Remove from the heat and stir the remaining sugar until it granulates.
- Honey granulates most rapidly between 55 and 65 degrees and temperature changes will tend to accelerate the granulation process.
- 2 [no object] (often as adjective granulating) Medicine (Of a wound or lesion) form multiple small prominences as part of the healing process.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Wet-to-dry debridement should be discontinued once the wound is clean and granulating.
- They are often taken for granted as the wound innately granulates, contracts, and epithclializes under optimal conditions.
- The open portion of her wound had granulated successfully.
- 2.1 (as adjective granulated) chiefly Biology Having a roughened surface: the skin is densely granulatedMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Other features of atypical hyperplasia included granulated tissue with atypical endothelial cells, nonatypical mitosis, lymphoid hyperplasia, and the absence of dysplasia or carcinoma in situ.
- Mixed inflammatory infiltrate, granulated tissue with or without prominent endothelial cells were found in some biopsies, but to a lesser extent than in the biopsies with ARH.
- The lumen or cell chain is not always clearly visible within all filaments, especially within densely granulated sheaths.
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- The continuous bleeding from the operated ear may due to some reparative granulation in the area or due to recurrence of the disease.
- In a few of these, granulations developed postoperatively.
- When examining the individual healing curves, the classic granulation, contraction, and epithelialization phases of the wound healing process are revealed.
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- There is also a small industry in the village, a trader and plastic granulator established in 1987.
- The plant features two facilities: the grinding operation in Birmingham and the granulator located in Alabama.
- A spray granulator can be used to create large spherical pellets.