mo juh nahyz
v cause to become equal or homogeneous as by mixing
homogenize the main ingredients
v break up the fat globules of
v become homogeneous or similar, as by mixing
The two liquids homogenized in the blender
GOODS SERVICES Dairies do things to milk that cows never dreamed of: they pasteurize, homogenize and vitaminize it.
The strife elsewhere was a reminder that America's special gift, and the nation's very meaning, is bound up with an ability to subdue tribal turmoil and to homogenize (if not .
Among them are anti-caking agents, which keep such things as salt, sugar and milk powder from clumping; preservatives (31 listed); emulsifying agents, used to help homogenize .
Joe Maddon in Tampa Tribune I think it's a great move and it's a big move for the organization,said manager Joe Maddon. "When you're attempting to homogenize your fundamentals or your teaching concepts, it's just so important to have everybody together, and that to...
Clay Bennett in CNN The need now is to homogenize the news,Bennett said.
Harvey Fierstein in Seattle Times In our efforts to homogenize,Fierstein says, "we've dumbed down gay culture."