liquate

(redirected from liquated)

li·quate

 (lī′kwāt′)
tr.v. li·quat·ed, li·quat·ing, li·quates
To separate (the metals in an alloy) by melting the more fusible constituents while leaving the less fusible ones solid.

[Latin liquāre, liquāt-, to melt.]

li·qua′tion n.

liquate

(ˈlaɪkweɪt)
vb
(Metallurgy) (often foll by: out) to separate one component of (an alloy, impure metal, or ore) by heating so that the more fusible part melts
[C17: from Latin liquāre to dissolve]
liˈquation n

li•quate

(ˈlaɪ kweɪt)

v.t. -quat•ed, -quat•ing.
to heat (an alloy or mixture) sufficiently to melt the more fusible matter and thus to separate it from the rest.
[1660–70; < Latin liquātus, past participle of liquāre to liquefy. See liquid, -ate1]
li•qua′tion (-ʃən, -ʒən) n.

liquate


Past participle: liquated
Gerund: liquating

Imperative
liquate
liquate
Present
I liquate
you liquate
he/she/it liquates
we liquate
you liquate
they liquate
Preterite
I liquated
you liquated
he/she/it liquated
we liquated
you liquated
they liquated
Present Continuous
I am liquating
you are liquating
he/she/it is liquating
we are liquating
you are liquating
they are liquating
Present Perfect
I have liquated
you have liquated
he/she/it has liquated
we have liquated
you have liquated
they have liquated
Past Continuous
I was liquating
you were liquating
he/she/it was liquating
we were liquating
you were liquating
they were liquating
Past Perfect
I had liquated
you had liquated
he/she/it had liquated
we had liquated
you had liquated
they had liquated
Future
I will liquate
you will liquate
he/she/it will liquate
we will liquate
you will liquate
they will liquate
Future Perfect
I will have liquated
you will have liquated
he/she/it will have liquated
we will have liquated
you will have liquated
they will have liquated
Future Continuous
I will be liquating
you will be liquating
he/she/it will be liquating
we will be liquating
you will be liquating
they will be liquating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been liquating
you have been liquating
he/she/it has been liquating
we have been liquating
you have been liquating
they have been liquating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been liquating
you will have been liquating
he/she/it will have been liquating
we will have been liquating
you will have been liquating
they will have been liquating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been liquating
you had been liquating
he/she/it had been liquating
we had been liquating
you had been liquating
they had been liquating
Conditional
I would liquate
you would liquate
he/she/it would liquate
we would liquate
you would liquate
they would liquate
Past Conditional
I would have liquated
you would have liquated
he/she/it would have liquated
we would have liquated
you would have liquated
they would have liquated
References in periodicals archive ?
The cells were diluted in this medium, mixed well and liquated into plastic tubes before storing at -80degC for at least 24 hr before shifting to the permanent liquid nitrogen storage facility (-196degC).
The PCR reaction utilized 10l volume of DNA and reagents for genotyping, in which DNA samples were liquated into a 48 well PCR plate.
It is the sixth credit union to be liquated this year.
Its bad section will be liquated after about seven years, according to Finance Minister Michael Sarris.
As part of the hands-on experience, students established, managed and liquated a mini-corporation under the guidance of 30 Omran volunteers.
Indeed, priests and parishioners in both dioceses fretted that their diocese could be the first to be liquated since the sex scandals erupted in 2002.
The USVI has pledged, through a separate project document, to make such liquidated damages available for repayment of the bonds; however, the timing of liquated damages to bondholders would occur post-default and not be available for timely payments of debt service should a construction delay occur.
based Lakeside was liquated and all operations were suspended Thursday after the NCUA determined it to be insolvent.
If mediation fails, Spokane could become the first diocese to be liquated since the sex scandals erupted nationwide in 2002, and the first since a collection of dustbowl parishes collapsed in Salina, Kan.
According to the special servicer, five of the six assets may be liquated by Spring 2003.