Definición de stratify en inglés:

stratify

Saltos de línea: strat|ify
Pronunciación: /ˈstratɪfʌɪ
 
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verbo (stratifies, stratifying, stratified)

[with object] (usually as adjective stratified)
1Form or arrange into strata: socially stratified cities [no object]: the residues have begun to stratify
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  • The continental crust is not stratified like the oceanic crust and so does not have a characteristic seismic velocity structure.
  • Some andesitic and felsic intrusions created a minor, stratified volcaniclastic component via hydrovolcanic eruptions.
  • The measured succession crops out continuously and is well stratified.
1.1Arrange or classify: stratifying patients into well-defined risk groups
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  • With this index, patients are stratified into three risk categories based on their total points.
  • The International Obesity Task Force has stratified patients into different classes of obesity.
  • To optimise treatment, patients should be stratified into risk categories to allow the most appropriate prophylactic measure to be used.
1.2Place (seeds) close together in layers in moist sand or peat to preserve them or to help them germinate: rose seeds stratified in November may be sown outdoors
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  • The seeds were stratified and germinated in a greenhouse at Rutgers University.
  • Seeds were stratified at 4°C, under moist conditions for 2 weeks before planting.
  • Seeds were stratified at approximately 5°C in damp paper towels for 2-4 weeks and planted in flats.

Derivativos

stratification

Pronunciación: /-fɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Nevertheless, even here the stratification of classes does not appear in its pure form.
  • Apart from class stratification, individuals are also categorized by occupation.
  • The worker's status has more symbolic than substantial value in China's dual class stratifications.

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