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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
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