fluidify

fluidify

(fluːˈɪdɪfaɪ)
vb (tr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
to make fluid; to cause to become fluid
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The gaseous mixture was injected in the gas chromatograph and cooled down to fluidify the chemical components.
It will be a very good thing if these directives help fluidify intra-EU trade, because companies like Thales, EADS and MBDA are already European and need to trade components for the assembly of the final products.
The three attitudes of the creative existential therapist helps to fluidify or liquidify the dasein openness of the client at all three movings of relating.
9) Nevertheless, Vico's verum-factum equivalence also appeared too static to Gentile, whose favorite heuristic device was to fluidify any philosophical substance or noun in view of a "living logic" (logica vivente) ("Esperienza pura" 417).