hemolyze

verb
he·​mo·​lyze | \ˈhē-mə-ˌlīz \
hemolyzed; hemolyzing

Definition of hemolyze 

transitive verb

: to cause hemolysis of

intransitive verb

: to undergo hemolysis

First Known Use of hemolyze

1902, in the meaning defined at transitive sense

History and Etymology for hemolyze

irregular from hemolysis

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The first known use of hemolyze was in 1902

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hemolyze

verb
he·​mo·​lyze
variants: or chiefly British haemolyse \ˈhē-​mə-​ˌlīz \
hemolyzed or chiefly British hemolysed; hemolyzing or chiefly British hemolysing

Medical Definition of hemolyze 

transitive verb

: to cause hemolysis of

intransitive verb

: to undergo hemolysis

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