Examples of liquefy in a Sentence
The vegetables were liquefied in a blender.
The plastic liquefied in the intense heat.
Recent Examples of liquefy from the Web
The human body, liquefied, smells like steamed clams.
Puree tomatoes in a food processor until liquefied.
The provision is near the very end of a 114-page bill that deals with routine business involving livestock, telephone solicitations, liquefied gas and oyster harvesting.
Police officers first liquefied the cocaine, which was packed in 30 sacks in front of a magistrate at a pre-processing facility of a cement firm outside the capital Colombo.
Some of the gas may also be destined for export through the Cove Point liquefied natural-gas terminal on Chesapeake Bay in Lusby, Md., which is set to begin operations in the coming months.
Most contracts expiring next year involve buyers in Europe, where countries are trying to reduce their reliance on Russian natural gas, which is shipped via pipeline without being liquefied.
Mexico isn't the only place to see its roads seemingly liquefy after a major seismic event.
My coconut oil was completely liquefied, the feisty cats that lived in my apartment were too uncomfortable to fight, and the distinct lack of A.C. in said apartment resulted in a strict ban on oven operation.
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Origin and Etymology of liquefy
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of liquefy for English Language Learners
: to cause (something) to become liquid
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