American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To make liquid.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make liquid; liquefy. Also spelled liquidise.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To render liquid.
- v. get rid of all one's merchandise
- v. make (a solid substance) liquid, as by heating
“Some patients, she said, like to mix their marijuana with baked goods or liquidize instead of smoke it, so they need more than two ounces to do it effectively.”
“It seems every time I turn it on, the pro-bailout CNBC tries to assure its viewers that there is no way the government will attempt to recoup its costs, as the purpose is to recapitalize banks, and not just liquidize assets.”
“When the fish is cooked, remove the bouquet garni and pour the contents of the pot, heads and all, into a blender and liquidize.”
“Add the salt and pepper and liquidize until smooth.”
“There's nothing like a little Bread Soda to liquidize your lunch.”
“If you decide that they fall into (a) they get fcuked off at the high port, and if (b) then you look at their application in more depth (presumably in a more than favourable light). as Mr F says its probably due to the current climate where some individuals may liquidize any assets and do a runner to Spain for a few years leaving huge debts.”
“My own posting alias -- TMFTarantula -- obviously stems from the fact I have eight legs, and liquidize my prey before eating it.”
“Use a hand-held stick blender or a regular blender to liquidize the soup to a smooth and creamy puree.”
“Using a blender, liquidize the soup, if it is too thick you can add more stock at this point.”
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