from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Variant of liquefy.
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- v. To make liquid.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. Same as liquefy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. become liquid or fluid when heated
- v. make (a solid substance) liquid, as by heating
Five B-school professors from the University of Chicago write, we believe that it might be even better if the Treasury plan was divided into two components -- a plan to "liquify" certain moribund markets, thus allowing financial institutions to sell...
But we believe that it might be even better if the Treasury plan was divided into two components -- a plan to "liquify" certain moribund markets, thus allowing financial institutions to sell illiquid assets, and a plan to raise capital levels in financial institutions.
Now take all your friends 'fruit, chuck it all into a blender, and press' liquify '.
"Director Michael Bay's film - which has two settings, 'puree' and 'liquify' - is like that scene in 'Raging Bull,' when Joe Pesci slams a car door against the guy's head, over and over.
"I blended 75 g seed, 1.5 cup water, 1/16 teaspoon salt and 1 teaspoon honey in our Osterizer blender at the 'liquify' setting.
They evaluated the banks on their "core tier 1 capital," which includes certain instruments that might prove difficult or impossible to liquify in a panic.
The rope begins to liquify as it comes into contact with the heated former and, as it cools, it sets in the shape of a seat creating a contrast in form and texture to the remaining rope.
Shove that lit roadflare up your ass and liquify your insides for the sake of protecting our gene pool from your abject stupidity
Shove a lit roadflare up your ass until you liquify your insides you maggot ridden putrid pile of pigshit
Only enough water to liquify the fruit should be placed in the blender container.