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ox·i·dize

 (ŏk′sĭ-dīz′)
v. ox·i·dized, ox·i·diz·ing, ox·i·diz·es
v.tr.
1. To combine with oxygen; make into an oxide.
2. To increase the positive charge or valence of (an element) by removing electrons.
3. To coat with oxide.
v.intr.
To become oxidized.

ox′i·diz′a·ble adj.
ox′i·di·za′tion (-dĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Adj.1.oxidized - combined with or having undergone a chemical reaction with oxygen; "the oxidized form of iodine"
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He wore a low-crowned, narrow-brimmed straw hat, with a broad blue ribbon around it which had a white anchor embroidered on it in front; nobby short-tailed coat, pantaloons, vest, all trim and neat and up with the fashion; red-striped stockings, very low-quarter patent-leather shoes, tied with black ribbon; blue ribbon around his neck, wide-open collar; tiny diamond studs; wrinkleless kids; projecting cuffs, fastened with large oxidized silver sleeve-buttons, bearing the device of a dog's face--English pug.
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The study found that the apples lowered blood levels of oxidized LDL--low-density lipoprotein, the "bad" cholesterol.
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Research carried out when lubricating with oxidized sunflower oil under boundary lubrication conditions has shown that the increasing amount of hydroperoxides reduces reduction properties of oil wear (Fox, Stachowiak 2003).