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in·spis·sate

 (ĭn-spĭs′āt′, ĭn′spĭ-sāt′)
intr. & tr.v. in·spis·sat·ed, in·spis·sat·ing, in·spis·sates
To undergo thickening or cause to thicken, as by boiling or evaporation; condense.

[From Late Latin īnspissāre, īnspissāt-, to thicken : Latin in-, causative pref.; see in-2 + Latin spissus, thick.]

in′spis·sa′tion n.
in·spis′sa′tor n.
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inspissate

(ɪnˈspɪseɪt)
vb
(Chemistry) archaic to thicken, as by evaporation
[C17: from Late Latin inspissātus thickened, from Latin spissāre to thicken, from spissus thick]
ˌinspisˈsation n
ˈinspisˌsator n
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in•spis•sate

(ɪnˈspɪs eɪt)

v.t., v.i. -sat•ed, -sat•ing.
to thicken, as by evaporation; make or become dense.
[1620–30; < Late Latin inspissātus, past participle of inspissāre to thicken = Latin in- in-2 + spissāre to thicken, derivative of spissus thick]
in`spis•sa′tion, n.
in′spis•sa`tor, n.
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inspissate


Past participle: inspissated
Gerund: inspissating

Imperative
inspissate
inspissate
Present
I inspissate
you inspissate
he/she/it inspissates
we inspissate
you inspissate
they inspissate
Preterite
I inspissated
you inspissated
he/she/it inspissated
we inspissated
you inspissated
they inspissated
Present Continuous
I am inspissating
you are inspissating
he/she/it is inspissating
we are inspissating
you are inspissating
they are inspissating
Present Perfect
I have inspissated
you have inspissated
he/she/it has inspissated
we have inspissated
you have inspissated
they have inspissated
Past Continuous
I was inspissating
you were inspissating
he/she/it was inspissating
we were inspissating
you were inspissating
they were inspissating
Past Perfect
I had inspissated
you had inspissated
he/she/it had inspissated
we had inspissated
you had inspissated
they had inspissated
Future
I will inspissate
you will inspissate
he/she/it will inspissate
we will inspissate
you will inspissate
they will inspissate
Future Perfect
I will have inspissated
you will have inspissated
he/she/it will have inspissated
we will have inspissated
you will have inspissated
they will have inspissated
Future Continuous
I will be inspissating
you will be inspissating
he/she/it will be inspissating
we will be inspissating
you will be inspissating
they will be inspissating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been inspissating
you have been inspissating
he/she/it has been inspissating
we have been inspissating
you have been inspissating
they have been inspissating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been inspissating
you will have been inspissating
he/she/it will have been inspissating
we will have been inspissating
you will have been inspissating
they will have been inspissating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been inspissating
you had been inspissating
he/she/it had been inspissating
we had been inspissating
you had been inspissating
they had been inspissating
Conditional
I would inspissate
you would inspissate
he/she/it would inspissate
we would inspissate
you would inspissate
they would inspissate
Past Conditional
I would have inspissated
you would have inspissated
he/she/it would have inspissated
we would have inspissated
you would have inspissated
they would have inspissated
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.inspissate - make viscous or dense; "thicken the sauce by adding flour"
change integrity - change in physical make-up
2.inspissate - make thick or thicker; "Thicken the sauce"; "inspissate the tar so that it becomes pitch"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
thicken, inspissate - become thick or thicker; "The sauce thickened"; "The egg yolk will inspissate"
3.inspissate - become thick or thicker; "The sauce thickened"; "The egg yolk will inspissate"
change state, turn - undergo a transformation or a change of position or action; "We turned from Socialism to Capitalism"; "The people turned against the President when he stole the election"
thicken, inspissate - make thick or thicker; "Thicken the sauce"; "inspissate the tar so that it becomes pitch"
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inspissate

verb
To make thick or thicker, especially through evaporation or condensation:
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