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emulsify

verb emul·si·fy \-ˌfī\

: to mix liquids together to form an emulsion

emul·si·fiedemul·si·fy·ing

Full Definition of EMULSIFY

transitive verb
:  to disperse (as an oil) in an emulsion; also :  to convert (two or more immiscible liquids) into an emulsion
emul·si·fi·able \i-ˈməl-sə-ˌfī-ə-bəl\ adjective
emul·si·fi·ca·tion \i-ˌməl-sə-fə-ˈkā-shən\ noun

Examples of EMULSIFY

  1. mix the oil and vinegar until they emulsify

First Known Use of EMULSIFY

1859

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emulsify

transitive verb emul·si·fy \-ˌfī\   (Medical Dictionary)
emul·si·fiedemul·si·fy·ing

Medical Definition of EMULSIFY

:  to disperse (as an oil) in an emulsion; also :  to convert (two or more immiscible liquids) into an emulsion
emul·si·fi·ca·tion \i-ˌməl-sə-fə-ˈkā-shən\ noun

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