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atomize
American English: /ˈædəˌmaɪz/
British English: /ˈatəmʌɪz/

Translation of atomize in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • Example sentences
    • This pressure level is meant to atomize the fuel into fine particles to ensure clean combustion.
    • When the carburetor can emulsify and atomize the fuel mixture well, distribution to each cylinder improves.
    • The arc melts the wires and the molten metal is atomized by a continuous flow of either high-velocity compressed air or nonoxidizing gases, such as carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or argon.

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