homogenised : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v break up the fat globules of
- v become homogeneous or similar, as by mixing
- v cause to become equal or homogeneous as by mixing
- s formed by blending unlike elements especially by reducing one element to particles and dispersing them throughout another substance
- s made homogeneous
- John Howett in guardian.co.uk
I don't think any of the manufacturers want a homogenised engine,said Howett. "The outcome depends partially on the FIA and the World Motor Sport Council, and whether they have a mind to press through with the idea."
- Jarvis Cocker in BBC News
Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker said: "In a world that is becoming ever more homogenised and pre-programmed, John Peel stuck up for the 'sore thumbs' of the music scene and I really can't think of anyone who could have done it better or who's going to...
- Rituparno Ghosh in Hindu
The English that the characters speak in my film isn't a stilted, homogenised colonial form of the language,Ghosh said. "I treat English as an ethnic expression. The English that Amitabh Bachchan speaks is different from what Arjun Rampal...