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coagulate

verb /kouˈæɡjuˌleit/
(biology, medical ) if a liquid such coagulates or if something coagulates it, it becomes thick and nearly solid; clot
Coagular
When you cut your finger, it bleeds until your blood coagulates.
coagulation noun
Coagular
It is thought also that the adrenalin aids the coagulation of the blood.
Translations of “coagulate”
in Vietnamese đông lại…
in Thai จับเป็นก้อน…
in Malaysian bergumpal…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)凝結,(使)凝固…
in Indonesian pemadatan, koagulasi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)凝结,(使)凝固…
(Definition of coagulate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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