Definition of Regelate

1. v. i. To freeze together again; to undergo regelation, as ice.



Definition of Regelate

1. Verb. (intransitive) To undergo regelation. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Regelate

1. to refreeze ice by reducing the pressure [v -LATED, -LATING, -LATES]

Medical Definition of Regelate

1. To freeze together again; to undergo regelation, as ice. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Regelate

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regatte
regauge
regauged
regauges
regauging
regave
regavirumab
regd
regear
regeared
regearing
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regel
regelate (current term)
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regence
regences
regencies
regency
regender
regendered
regendering
regenders

Literary usage of Regelate

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1. Collections by Virginia Historical Society (1908)
"... or regelate the acounts that was Not approven of when Rob* Cochran Decd was Select Clerk the ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1772)
"... the hearer's heart, and to influence and regelate his co:idu£l ; and certainly ... regelate ..."

3. The Phenomena and Laws of Heat by Achille Auguste Cazin (1869)
"The flakes of snow become converted into little pieces of ice which unite one to another; the hand crushes them, and changes their position ; they regelate ..."

4. The Phenomena and Laws of Heat by Achille Auguste Cazin (1897)
"The flakes of snow become converted into little pieces of ice which unite one to another; the hand crushes them, and changes their position ; they regelate ..."

5. Welding: Theory, Practice, Apparatus and Tests, Electric, Thermit and Hot by Richard Newell Hart (1910)
"Even such a substance as bismuth will regelate. Evidently welding depends upon two things: 1. The flow. Most of the so-called solids are fluid to some ..."

6. Welding: Theory, Practice, Apparatus and Tests, Electric, Thermit and Hot by Richard Newell Hart (1910)
"Even such a substance as bismuth will regelate. Evidently welding depends upon two things: 1. The flow. Most of the so-called solids are fluid to some ..."

7. Welding: Theory, Practice, Apparatus and Tests, Electric, Thermit and Hot by Richard Newell Hart (1914)
"Even such a substance as bismuth will regelate. Evidently welding depends upon two things: 1. The flow. Most of the so-called solids are fluid to some ..."

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