Verb(1) separate into constituents by soaking(2) become soft or separate and disintegrate as a result of excessive soaking(3) soften, usually by steeping in liquid, and cause to disintegrate as a result(4) cause to grow thin or weak
(1) macerate the mustard seeds in vinegar(2) Identifying the prey of the giant squid, Achiteuthis dux, is not easy since they finely macerate their food.(3) the fruit was allowed to macerate before fermentation(4) The root tips were macerated in a mixture of ethanol and hydrochloric acid for 2 min at room temperature.(5) Infusing, distilling, macerating , deglazing and reducing - all, in one way or another, contribute to the essence of a final product.(6) Samples of washed roots were macerated in KOH solution for 1 h at 90Ôö¼ÔûæC in a water bath.(7) The toilet is flushed and the effluent is discharged by gravity through the rear spigot and into the macerator device.(8) Purified proglotids were macerated to release the eggs and these were obtained by filtration in metallic meshes.(9) The dried bark must first be reduced to a fine powder, and macerated in a fixed oil at a temperature of 40C for 24 hours.(10) These holes appear to represent tubercles that did not become phosphatized and were dissolved during maceration .(11) Food Waste is washed through the sink into the Macerator , which then can be discharged to sea.(12) Leaves from adults were macerated with liquid nitrogen and then 75 mg of the tissue was mixed with 375 ml of extraction buffer.(13) She already macerated her poor little body and had resolved never to refuse the requests of the unfortunate.(14) The Burgundian vogue for cold maceration occasionally calls for refrigeration too.(15) His next sortie was to Russia to work for Tsar Alexander, for whom he created Strawberries Romanoff, in which strawberries are macerated in orange juice and Cointreau and served with chilled crÔö£┬┐me Chantilly.(16) Cancer macerated her body and soul.