Definition of Homogenise

1. Verb. Break up the fat globules of. "Homogenized milk"

Exact synonyms: Homogenize
Generic synonyms: Change State, Turn
Antonyms: Curdle, Curdle
Derivative terms: Homogenisation, Homogenization



2. Verb. Become homogeneous or similar, as by mixing. "The two liquids homogenized in the blender"
Exact synonyms: Homogenize
Generic synonyms: Change State, Turn
Related verbs: Homogenize
Antonyms: Curdle
Derivative terms: Homogenisation, Homogenization

3. Verb. Cause to become equal or homogeneous as by mixing. "Homogenize the main ingredients"
Exact synonyms: Homogenize
Generic synonyms: Equal, Equalise, Equalize, Equate, Match
Related verbs: Homogenize
Derivative terms: Homogenisation, Homogenization

Definition of Homogenise

1. Verb. To make homogeneous, to blend or puree. ¹

2. Verb. Specifically, to treat milk so that the cream no longer separates. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Homogenise

1. [v -NISED, -NISING, -NISES]

Medical Definition of Homogenise

1. To make homogeneous. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Homogenise

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homogeneous radiation
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Literary usage of Homogenise

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1. Information and Communication Technologies and Rural Development by Philip Wade (2001)
"... Intranets have multiple users and their number cannot be evaluated without companies agreeing to release figures that are difficult to homogenise. ..."

2. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1888)
"homogenise in ball mill, treat with equal volume ice cold 0-35 N trichloracetic acid, i hr. —ap°C, a to 4 hrs. o to 4° C, centrifuge 3000 rpm 30 mins. ..."

3. Towards a New Role for Spatial Planning by OECD Staff, Oecd, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope (2001)
"... features of self-government surviving from the past, essentially instruments of national government policy, means to homogenise the national territory. ..."

4. 3-D Deterministic Radiation Transport Computer Programs: Features by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (1997)
"... to condense and homogenise nuclear properties into few-group macroscopic cross-sections and to produce diffusion coefficients for subsequent core ..."

5. Criminal Victimisation in the Developing World edited by Ugljesa Zvekic, Anna Alvazzi Del Frate (1996)
"Urban culture tends to homogenise profiles and needs in the field of consumption and leisure, and the preferred supports of this urban culture ..."

6. Electrical Engineering for Electric Light Artizans and Students: Embracing by William Slingo, Arthur Brooker (1893)
"As to its rationale, it appears evident that the function of the mercury is to homogenise the molecular arrangement by uniformly softening the zinc and ..."

7. Electrical Engineering for Electric Light Artisans and Students: (embracing by William Slingo, Arthur Brooker (1895)
"As to its rationale, it appears evident that the function of the mercury is to homogenise the molecular arrangement by uniformly softening the zinc and ..."

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