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sol·u·bi·lize

 (sŏl′yə-bə-līz′)
tr.v. sol·u·bi·lized, sol·u·bi·liz·ing, sol·u·bi·liz·es
To make (a substance such as a fat or lipid) soluble or more soluble, especially in water, by the action of a detergent or other agent.
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solubilize

(ˈsɒljʊbɪˌlaɪz) or

solubilise

vb
(Chemistry) to make or become soluble, as in the addition of detergents to fats to make them dissolve in water
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solubilize


Past participle: solubilized
Gerund: solubilizing

Imperative
solubilize
solubilize
Present
I solubilize
you solubilize
he/she/it solubilizes
we solubilize
you solubilize
they solubilize
Preterite
I solubilized
you solubilized
he/she/it solubilized
we solubilized
you solubilized
they solubilized
Present Continuous
I am solubilizing
you are solubilizing
he/she/it is solubilizing
we are solubilizing
you are solubilizing
they are solubilizing
Present Perfect
I have solubilized
you have solubilized
he/she/it has solubilized
we have solubilized
you have solubilized
they have solubilized
Past Continuous
I was solubilizing
you were solubilizing
he/she/it was solubilizing
we were solubilizing
you were solubilizing
they were solubilizing
Past Perfect
I had solubilized
you had solubilized
he/she/it had solubilized
we had solubilized
you had solubilized
they had solubilized
Future
I will solubilize
you will solubilize
he/she/it will solubilize
we will solubilize
you will solubilize
they will solubilize
Future Perfect
I will have solubilized
you will have solubilized
he/she/it will have solubilized
we will have solubilized
you will have solubilized
they will have solubilized
Future Continuous
I will be solubilizing
you will be solubilizing
he/she/it will be solubilizing
we will be solubilizing
you will be solubilizing
they will be solubilizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been solubilizing
you have been solubilizing
he/she/it has been solubilizing
we have been solubilizing
you have been solubilizing
they have been solubilizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been solubilizing
you will have been solubilizing
he/she/it will have been solubilizing
we will have been solubilizing
you will have been solubilizing
they will have been solubilizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been solubilizing
you had been solubilizing
he/she/it had been solubilizing
we had been solubilizing
you had been solubilizing
they had been solubilizing
Conditional
I would solubilize
you would solubilize
he/she/it would solubilize
we would solubilize
you would solubilize
they would solubilize
Past Conditional
I would have solubilized
you would have solubilized
he/she/it would have solubilized
we would have solubilized
you would have solubilized
they would have solubilized
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