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Synonyms for macerate

Synonyms for macerate

separate into constituents by soaking

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become soft or separate and disintegrate as a result of excessive soaking

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soften, usually by steeping in liquid, and cause to disintegrate as a result

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cause to grow thin or weak

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Ifs produced by macerating grape spirits with an all-natural array of flowers, roots, herbs, spices and dried citrus rinds.
After addition of S[O.sub.2] (50 ppm) and yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) NEUTRE SC (Lallemand, 2009) (200 mg/kg grape), maceration time of 5 days (~25 [degrees]C) was applied in order to study the effect of macerating enzymes on grape juice yields.
In addition, Mono will be promoting its range of Munchers" at the show, which provide a reliable method of macerating food and organic waste matter into a small and consistent particle size.
The Sanistar Macerating Toilet System from SFA Saniflo combines a macerating pump and an electronically activated flushing mechanism in a single package.
Briefly, tissue samples were prepared by macerating approximately 0.5 [cm.sup.3] of brain tissue in 1.8 mL of BA-1 diluent in a glass TenBroeck tissue grinder (Bellco Glass, Inc., Vineland, NJ).
Beer mash is obtained by macerating cereal grains, especially barley (but also wheat and including corn or sorghum), in water; first, however, these grains are malted, that is, made to germinate slightly.
As noted previously (Long, 1964; Reed, 1987; Freeman, 1993), in vitro maturation can be triggered simply by macerating ripe ovaries of T.
Cytolase PCL5 pectolytic enzymes and Cytolase M102 macerating enzymes are active and stable at the low pH and high temperatures found in many of these processing operations.