reliquefy

reliquefy

(riːˈlɪkwɪˌfaɪ)
vb (tr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
to liquefy again
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Warming this patient's sample in a water bath, keeping it on heat packs during transport, and diluting it with warm diluent can reliquefy the sample.
In this case "run harder" means the compressor has to pump the gas up to a higher pressure than ought to be necessary in order to reliquefy it.
It is the only party with the necessary financial resources to reliquefy markets and calm them.
While the suspension of convertibility served to protect liquid funds within the banking industry, the resulting panic depressed security prices, which served to attract investment flows from Europe, which then helped to reliquefy the U.S.
The Italian authorities might then decide to resume printing their own currency in an effort to reliquefy the banking system.
Now you're saying that the five or six economies we've been describing as the most vibrant and successful in the world suddenly need our taxpayer funding to reliquefy their financial statistics?
reliquefy their balance sheets, banks are induced to reduce
Oppenheimer & Co.'s team of retailing analysts recently reported that an "infusion of funds to reliquefy the balance sheet will grant Kmart another chance to achieve an earnings turnaround.
Saturated Temperature The temperature at which the refrigerant would boil or reliquefy at a given pressure.