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liquescent

División en sílabas: li·ques·cent
Pronunciación: /liˈkwes(ə)nt
 
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Definición de liquescent en inglés:

adjetivo

literary
Becoming or apt to become liquid.
Example sentences
  • Some of what the leadership did can be attributed to bullheadedness, such as pressing on with the Passchendaele battle even when the whole battlefield had been reduced to liquescent mud.
  • To either side, a liquescent nightmare of swirling hellish flame spun round them as the Widow settled ever deeper into the maelstrom.
  • There were also ‘liquescent’ neumes - ornamental neumes that required special types of vocal delivery.

Origen

early 18th century: from Latin liquescent- 'becoming liquid', from the verb liquescere (see liquefy).

Derivados

liquescence

1
sustantivo
Example sentences
  • Up to now the research work has proved that phonetic conditions make the occurrence of musical liquescences possible.
  • Appreciating liquescence is at the heart of self-directed learning.
  • However, sometimes a client requires different or additional remedies, which I have to purchase, such as flower remedies or nutritional products, vitamins and probiotics, or liquescences.

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