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1coagulate

adjective co·ag·u·late \-lət, -ˌlāt\

Definition of COAGULATE

archaic
:  being clotted or congealed

First Known Use of COAGULATE

14th century

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2coagulate

verb co·ag·u·late \kō-ˈa-gyə-ˌlāt\

: to become thick and partly solid

co·ag·u·lat·edco·ag·u·lat·ing

Full Definition of COAGULATE

transitive verb
1
:  to cause to become viscous or thickened into a coherent mass :  curdle, clot
2
:  to gather together or form into a mass or group
intransitive verb
:  to become coagulated
co·ag·u·la·bil·i·ty \kō-ˌa-gyə-lə-ˈbi-lə-tē\ noun
co·ag·u·la·ble \-ˈa-gyə-lə-bəl\ adjective
co·ag·u·la·tion \-ˈlā-shən\ noun

Examples of COAGULATE

  1. The eggs coagulate when heated.
  2. The medicine helps coagulate blood.

Origin of COAGULATE

Latin coagulatus, past participle of coagulare to curdle, from coagulum curdling agent, from cogere to drive together — more at cogent
First Known Use: 15th century
COAGULATED Defined for Kids

coagulate

verb co·ag·u·late \kō-ˈa-gyə-ˌlāt\
co·ag·u·lat·edco·ag·u·lat·ing

Definition of COAGULATE for Kids

:  to gather into a thick compact mass :  clot <The blood coagulated.>

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