maceration : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n softening due to soaking or steeping
- n extreme leanness (usually caused by starvation or disease)
- Tearing and what's called "maceration" of the rotator cuff are the most common causes of chronic shoulder pain in adult Americans.
- That meant rejecting the common thermovinification technique (which he says homogenizes wines) in favor of a cold carbonic maceration that preserves freshness without added sulfites.
- Appropriate tests of those ingredients made separately on the skins of volunteers demonstrated that, apart from maceration and mechanical injury, rosins, pitch and smoke-cured .