Definition of coagulate
Examples of coagulate in a Sentence
The eggs coagulate when heated.
The medicine helps coagulate blood.
Recent Examples of coagulate from the Web
Together, the headlines coagulated into something like truth, though neither party ever acknowledged the rumors or commented.
The Cultures for Health version is microbial in origin, serving as an animal-free product that is equally able to coagulate the proteins in milk.
For instance, some hereditary blood disorders can cause thrombophilia, a condition in which the blood doesn't coagulate properly.
But after a few hours, a narrative thread began to coagulate.
Traditionally the chicken is poached in a mob of ginger, and might land at the table accompanied by sides of its gizzards and coagulated blood.
Nielsen has tested it on rabbit blood, which coagulates similarly to humans.
Thirty-nine percent believed that black people’s blood coagulated faster than white people’s; 20 percent said that black people’s nerve endings were less sensitive than whites’; 58 percent believed that blacks had thicker skin.
Ceviche is made when the acid — found in the lime juice — coagulates the proteins in the fish.
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COAGULATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of coagulate for English Language Learners
: to become thick and partly solid
COAGULATE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of coagulate
- blood platelets that coagulate blood
- —Sonni Efron
- rennin coagulates milk
- high-frequency radio waves used to cut and coagulate tissue
- —Alan Goldstein
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