hydrolyze


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hy·dro·lyze

 (hī′drə-līz′)
tr. & intr.v. hy·dro·lyzed, hy·dro·lyz·ing, hy·dro·lyz·es
To subject to or undergo hydrolysis.

hy′dro·lyz′a·ble adj.
hy′dro·ly·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.

hy•dro•lyze

(ˈhaɪ drəˌlaɪz)

v.t., v.i. -lyzed, -lyz•ing.
to subject or be subjected to hydrolysis.
[1875–80]
hy′dro•lyz`a•ble, adj.

hydrolyze


Past participle: hydrolyzed
Gerund: hydrolyzing

Imperative
hydrolyze
hydrolyze
Present
I hydrolyze
you hydrolyze
he/she/it hydrolyzes
we hydrolyze
you hydrolyze
they hydrolyze
Preterite
I hydrolyzed
you hydrolyzed
he/she/it hydrolyzed
we hydrolyzed
you hydrolyzed
they hydrolyzed
Present Continuous
I am hydrolyzing
you are hydrolyzing
he/she/it is hydrolyzing
we are hydrolyzing
you are hydrolyzing
they are hydrolyzing
Present Perfect
I have hydrolyzed
you have hydrolyzed
he/she/it has hydrolyzed
we have hydrolyzed
you have hydrolyzed
they have hydrolyzed
Past Continuous
I was hydrolyzing
you were hydrolyzing
he/she/it was hydrolyzing
we were hydrolyzing
you were hydrolyzing
they were hydrolyzing
Past Perfect
I had hydrolyzed
you had hydrolyzed
he/she/it had hydrolyzed
we had hydrolyzed
you had hydrolyzed
they had hydrolyzed
Future
I will hydrolyze
you will hydrolyze
he/she/it will hydrolyze
we will hydrolyze
you will hydrolyze
they will hydrolyze
Future Perfect
I will have hydrolyzed
you will have hydrolyzed
he/she/it will have hydrolyzed
we will have hydrolyzed
you will have hydrolyzed
they will have hydrolyzed
Future Continuous
I will be hydrolyzing
you will be hydrolyzing
he/she/it will be hydrolyzing
we will be hydrolyzing
you will be hydrolyzing
they will be hydrolyzing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hydrolyzing
you have been hydrolyzing
he/she/it has been hydrolyzing
we have been hydrolyzing
you have been hydrolyzing
they have been hydrolyzing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hydrolyzing
you will have been hydrolyzing
he/she/it will have been hydrolyzing
we will have been hydrolyzing
you will have been hydrolyzing
they will have been hydrolyzing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hydrolyzing
you had been hydrolyzing
he/she/it had been hydrolyzing
we had been hydrolyzing
you had been hydrolyzing
they had been hydrolyzing
Conditional
I would hydrolyze
you would hydrolyze
he/she/it would hydrolyze
we would hydrolyze
you would hydrolyze
they would hydrolyze
Past Conditional
I would have hydrolyzed
you would have hydrolyzed
he/she/it would have hydrolyzed
we would have hydrolyzed
you would have hydrolyzed
they would have hydrolyzed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.hydrolyze - undergo hydrolysis; decompose by reacting with water
change - undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
Translations

hydrolyze

[ˈhaɪdrəʊlaɪz]
A. VThidrolizar
B. VIhidrolizarse

hy·dro·lyze

v. hidrolizar.
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