Precipitate Definition

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1. "destroyed in a precipitate burning of his papers a few days before his death" (James Boswell ). 1
2. "Madam, " I said severely, "pardon me if I suggest that you accept a resemblance too precipitately. 1
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4. "Years precipitate the mottled" taste is really quite good, carrying their stories of old objects but also of the gastronome. 1
5. A chemically precipitated substance that binds particles of clastic rocks. 1
6. A cool breeze caused a precipitate drop in the temperature. 1
7. A moment later, the riot approaches and gains in force, he shuts up his shop precipitately, hastily dons his uniform, that is to say, he places his merchandise in safety and risks his own person. 1
8. A moment later, the riot approaches and gains in force, he shuts up his shop precipitately, hastily dons his uniform, that is to say,(Sentence dictionary) he places his merchandise in safety and risks his own person. 1
9. A new process for preparing high - purity and ultrafine magnesium hydroxide with precipitated magnesium mud was studied. 1
10. A number of factors may then precipitate a psychotic episode, including emotionally arousing events and a stressful environment. 1
11. A relatively small withdrawal of oil from the world market in October 1973 was sufficient to precipitate an acute crisis. 1
12. A shared cultural and political heritage helped America to eclipse British power without bloodshed, but the rise of Germany and Japan precipitated global wars. 1
13. A slight mistake could precipitate a disaster. 1
14. A Somogyi-Nelson filtrate can not be used, since some creatinine is also precipitated along with the proteins. 1
15. A summit failure could still precipitate a new crisis. 1
16. A yellow precipitate should form immediately. 1
17. AAM has said that the divine deadline for Disclosure has passed, but that the spiritual hierarchy and the galactics do not intend to act precipitately or imprudently. 1
18. Acidic components were precipitated from waste ester solution according to the differential solubility of components in water solution. 1
19. Adding sulphate to the solution will give a precipitate. 1
20. Adequate control is very important, because grand mal seizures may harm the fetus or even precipitate fetal death. 1
21. After centrifugation , broth culture precipitates were smeared and stained with fuchsin to observe the morphology change in thallus under optical microscope. 1
22. After several hours the ampule contents were dissolved in DMF, precipitated into acetone and dried in vacuo. 1
23. Alkaline earth metal elements Ca, Mg appeared in the form of composite oxides, and the majority of composite precipitates were rich in manganese(Mn. 1
24. All gravimetric measurements require some sort of crucible or dish to hold the residue or precipitate. 1
25. Alternatively, an external event like the death of a loved one can precipitate change. 1
26. An attack on the country could precipitate a world war. 1
27. An ice-filled glass precipitates moisture from the air. 1
28. An improved and simplified after-treatment procedure has been developed which serves to significantly reduce the'tailing'of the solvent peak and to eliminate the precipitate produced in the reaction. 1
29. An invasion would certainly precipitate a political crisis. 1
30. And all our markets have suffered as overseas fund managers precipitately change their weightings in this region without taking time to weigh up the fundamentals. 1
 

Precipitate

[precipitate]

VERB

precipitates (third person present) · precipitated (past tense) · precipitated (past participle) · precipitating (present participle)

  - cause (an event or situation, typically one that is bad or undesirable) to happen suddenly, unexpectedly, or prematurely.

ADJECTIVE

precipitates (plural noun)

  - done, made, or acting suddenly or without careful consideration.

NOUN
chemistry

  - a substance precipitated from a solution.

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