liquified liquified

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) changed from a solid to a liquid state
  2. (adj) reduced to a liquid state
  3. (adj) reduced to liquid form by heating
  4. (v) make (a solid substance) liquid, as by heating
  5. (v) become liquid or fluid when heated

Usage(s):

  1. Instead of merely holding the liquified gases in his mouth, he raised high the beaker, swallowed at a gulp.
  2. What exploded was not a bomb, but an unwieldly device made monstrous by the refrigerating equipment needed to keep heavy hydrogen liquified.
  3. Twelve years ago, when Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al Thani became emir, Qatar exported zero quantities of LNG--liquified natural gas.

News

  1. Clatsop Official Doubts Oregon LNG Can Move Forward Without Local Approval

    One Clatsop County Commissioner says he doubts that Oregon LNG can get permission for a liquified natural gas terminal near Astoria without local government approval.  
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Oregon Public Broadcasting

  2. Mixing up bacon cocktails

    P. Moss, the man who invented the bacon martini, talks about mixing up cocktails that are sure to get the party started. Moss has a new book out called “Liquified Vacation.” He’s also making an appearance at the Big Bite …
    on June 14, 2013     Source: FOX 5 San Diego

Quotes

  1. "This proposed liquified natural gas terminal is part of a globalised assault taking place on our Earth," Mr Brosnan said.
    on Sep 19, 2006 By: Pierce Brosnan Source: NEWS.com.au

  2. "We in Iraq are committed to be[ing] the strategic suppliers of Japanese oil and liquified petroleum gas needs in the long term. We are not exporting enough for the time being, but this is only transitional. Our increased production will be directed...
    on Oct 24, 2006 By: Hussain al-Shahristani Source: Voice of America

  3. In a brief news conference Governor Blanco said, "We want to reinforce that oil and gas is still very important to Louisiana's economy. The new economy in liquified natural gas is one that Louisiana is well poised to take advantage of."
    on May 4, 2004 By: Kathleen Blanco Source: KPLC-TV

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