Definición de liquefy en inglés:

liquefy

Silabificación: liq·ue·fy
Pronunciación: /ˈlikwəˌfī
 
/
(also liquify)

verbo (liquefies, liquefying, liquefied)

Make or become liquid: [with object]: the minimum pressure required to liquefy a gas [no object]: as the fungus ripens, the cap turns black and liquefies
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He also liquefied carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, and hydrogen bromide in a similar manner.
  • The critical pressure is the amount of pressure required to liquefy water at the critical temperature.
  • Propellants are liquified gasses which have a low boiling point and vapor pressure high enough to expel the concentrate from the container.
Sinónimos
make/become liquid, condense;
British liquidize, melt;
deliquesce

Origen

late Middle English: from French liquéfier, from Latin liquefacere 'make liquid', from liquere 'be liquid'.

Derivativos

liquefaction

Pronunciación: /ˌlikwəˈfakSHən/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the process of liquefaction, solid coal is converted to a petroleum-like liquid that can be used as a fuel for motor vehicles and other applications.
  • A great deal of research has been done on the liquefaction of coal but with little success so far.
  • The aim of direct coal liquefaction is to break coal down into smaller component molecules, then to add hydrogen, creating lighter and more stable oil molecules.

liquefactive

Pronunciación: /ˌlikwəˈfaktiv/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Additional findings during surgical exploration include the presence of liquefactive necrotic tissue and/or pus in between the fascial planes.
  • A cavernous lesion is formed, characterized by progressive liquifactive necrosis and haemorrhage that oozes a foul-smelling liquid.
  • There is no liquefactive degeneration of basal cells, as seen in lichenoid lesions, and there is no ulceration except in cases of Reiter's syndrome.

liquefiable

Pronunciación: /ˌlikwəˈfīəbəl/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Consequence to this studies different microzonation maps for the selected zones were provided in which the most liquefiable points in future earthquakes have been specified.

liquefier

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Later, other scientists developed simpler helium liquefiers that could produce greater amounts of the liquid gas.
  • Powdered ingredients like sugar are added to the mixture in the liquifier / blender before it is sent to the batch tanks.