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hy·dro·gen·ate

 (hī′drə-jə-nāt′, hī-drŏj′ə-)
tr.v. hy·dro·gen·at·ed, hy·dro·gen·at·ing, hy·dro·gen·ates
To combine with or subject to the action of hydrogen, especially to combine (an unsaturated oil) with hydrogen to produce a solid fat.
Translations

hydrogenated

adj hidrogenado
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