Definition of atomize
atomizationplay \ˌa-tə-mə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
Examples of atomize in a Sentence
this medication for athlete's foot is atomized so that it can be sprayed on from an aerosol can
Recent Examples of atomize from the Web
Think of the functions that take place within financial-services institutions as being sort of decomposed or atomized, and then re-solved in a new way using technology.
After choosing a scent—mine was Coromandel—the fragrance was atomized into the treatment room prior to my arrival.
Tweets are, by the platform’s very nature, succinct, atomized, and imminently shareable.
The whole building, this vestige of bohemian Greenwich Village, might be atomized before the end of the year.
The greater the injection pressure, the more finely the injection system atomizes the fuel, thus permitting even more efficient combustion, according to Bosch.
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First Known Use of atomize
Medical Definition of atomize
: to convert to minute particles or to a fine spray an atomized medicated powder
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