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Spanish translation of “liquid”

liquid

adjective /ˈlikwid/
able to flow; not solid, but not a gas
líquido
liquid nitrogen The ice-cream has become liquid.
liquefy /ˈlikwifai/ verb (past tense, past participle liquefied) to make or become liquid
licuar(se)
The butter had liquefied in the heat.
liquidate /-deit/ verb to close, and finish the affairs of (a business etc that has no money to continue)
liquidar
Poor sales forced them to liquidate the business.
to get rid of.
liquidar
liquidation noun
liquidación
The liquidation of the company is imminent.
liquidator noun
liquidador
liquidize verb ( (also liquidiseBritish)) to make (food etc) into a liquid or semi-liquid substance by grinding it up in a liquidizer
licuar
liquidize the berries, sugar, and lemon juice.
liquidizer noun ( (also liquidiserBritish)) an electrical device used in cookery to grind up food.
licuadora
(Definition of liquid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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