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- n. Plural form of oxidate.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of oxidate.
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Plan to prepare guacamole right before serving because avocado oxidates very quickly and must be eaten fresh.
Spain; or whether the rapidity with which iron oxidates in those climates, were only the effect of greater humidity as indicated by the air hygrometer.
He was much interested in everything that related to natural philosophy; and asked, to our great astonishment, whether we thought, that, under the beautiful sky of the tropics, the atmosphere contained less azote (azotico) than in Spain; or whether the rapidity with which iron oxidates in those climates, were only the effect of greater humidity as indicated by the air hygrometer.
Due to drainage of the swamps, the peat oxidates and releases huge amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere.
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