Examples of emulsion in a Sentence
milk is basically an oil-in-water emulsion
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Some of the uses include gypsum board, brick manufacturing and emulsions.
Shutters were too slow, film emulsions too insensitive, to capture the motion of water and clouds, much less its hues.
Whisk in some extra-virgin olive oil to form an emulsion.
Turning eggs and oil into an emulsion — that creamy, satisfying third thing — feels like magic.
By leaving the grinder in the walk-in refrigerator, Kapur ensures that even the friction of grinding can’t melt the fat and risk the emulsion breaking.
Dishes range from firm white asparagus bathed in an emulsion of smoked carrot, corn and curry to decadent duck lasagna.
Slowly drizzle in oil at high speed, ensuring emulsion.
Mackerel pickled in rhubarb juice and presented on a bed of potato with an herb emulsion and crispy barley was bracingly good, the fruity acidity brightening the oceanic tones of the fish.
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absorption, blending, coalescence, coalition, commingling, commixture, homogenization, immingling, immixture, incorporation, integration, interfusion, intermingling, mergence, merger, merging, mingling;
EMULSION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of emulsion for English Language Learners
: a mixture of liquids
: a thin coating on photographic film or paper that contains chemicals which are sensitive to light
EMULSION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of emulsion
emulsiveplay \-ˈməl-siv\ adjective
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