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- adj. Able to be liquefied.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being changed from a solid to a liquid state.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being liquefied, melted, or changed to a liquid state.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being liquefied
The instructions as to sterilisation are rarely given in full; the routine method of exposure in the steam steriliser at 100° C. (without pressure) for twenty minutes on each of three successive days for all fluid media, and thirty minutes on each of three successive days for all liquefiable or solid media must be carried out; and only when these general rules are to be departed from are further details given.
Chronic esophagitis is to be controlled by esophageal lavage, the regulation of the diet to liquefiable foods and the administration of bismuth subnitrate.
Liquids and readily liquefiable foods are to be given the non-gastrostomized patient, solids being added when demonstrated that no stagnation above the stricture occurs.
On the other hand, the tiny worms are not able -- or at least do not know how -- to dig through the integument with their pair of guttural harpoons, to rend it and reach the liquefiable flesh.
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According to Hover, the clinic's soccer field has been converted into a refugee camp and the building itself, which was built on liquefiable soil in the former Port-au-Prince bay, has rotated almost a foot.
The liquefiable fractions of natural gas are an important factor, in North America (70.2 bcm) and OPEC countries (82.8 bcm) in particular, where the equivalent of 9% of their gross production was absorbed by the processing plants.
According to Hover, Port-Au-Prince's bay was originally much deeper and was probably filled in over time "with a very soft and liquefiable soil" that contributed to the damage.
To hold the ABtek modules in place they are both stapled together among themselves and held by special scaffolding to keep the walls straight and leveled until the inside of the modules is filled with concrete or any other liquefiable composite material.
‘solidified’ from the dry the ‘liquefiable’ from the moist.