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liq·ue·fyalso liq·ui·fy (lĭk′wə-fī′)
v. liq·ue·fied, liq·ue·fy·ing, liq·ue·fies also liq·ui·fied or liq·ui·fy·ing or liq·ui·fies
To cause to become liquid, especially:
a. To melt (a solid) by heating.
b. To condense (a gas) by cooling.
To become liquid.
[Middle English liquefien, from Old French liquefier, from Latin liquefacere : liquēre, to be liquid + facere, to make; see fact.]
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|Adj.||1.||liquified - changed from a solid to a liquid state; "rivers filled to overflowing by melted snow"|
unfrozen - not frozen; "unfrozen ground"
|2.||liquified - reduced to a liquid state; "liquefied petroleum gas"|
liquid - existing as or having characteristics of a liquid; especially tending to flow; "water and milk and blood are liquid substances"
|3.||liquified - reduced to liquid form by heating; "a mass of molten rock"|
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