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- adj. Converted into a liquid state.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of liquify.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Same as liquefied.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. reduced to liquid form by heating
- adj. reduced to a liquid state
- adj. changed from a solid to a liquid state
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2. Unfortunately, when you talk about melting with truthers, they take it all the way and think "liquified".
Crude oil and liquified natural gas led the rise in imports, as Japan has been relying more on fossil fuels for electricity generation after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident.
I've still seen deer with liquified thorasic internals run hundreds of yards before piling up.
Mr. Adri à 's "foams," made with a siphon, and "airs," created by emulsifying the foam on food that has liquified, have been imitated by chefs around the globe — with varying degrees of success.
(LNG is natural gas that has been liquified for easier shipment - it is turned back into a gas, at the terminal, to feed the pipeline.)
For instance, in 2006, the federal government was discussing ways to accelerate the construction of billion-dollar port facilities for processing imported liquified natural gas because it was believed we faced an imminent natural gas shortage that would put our electricity supply at risk.
The companies will also set up a joint venture to export liquified natural gas that will be 80% owned by Petronas and 20% by Progress.
Japan is the world's biggest importer of liquified natural gas.
She said she also assured South Korean President Lee Myung-bak that Australia is willing to provide more liquified natural gas to the country, following the decision by South Korea's state-owned Korea Gas Corp. to take a 15% stake in a $16 billion LNG project near the Australian coal port region of Gladstone.
Bloomberg News Storage tanks stand on the grounds of an El Paso Corp. liquified-natural-gas terminal near Savannah, Ga.