- macerate (v.)
- late 15c., a back-formation from maceration or else from Latin maceratus, past participle of macerare "soften, make soft, soak, steep," related to maceria "garden wall," originally "of kneaded clay," from PIE *mak-ero-, suffixed form of root *mag- "to knead" (cognates: Greek magis "kneaded mass, cake," mageus "one who kneads, baker;" Old Church Slavonic mazo "to anoint, smear;" Breton meza "to knead;" Middle Irish maistir "to churn"), also "to fashion, fit" (compare make (v.)). Related: Macerated; macerating.
- 1. Seal tightly then leave for four to five days to macerate.
- 2. Cognac is also used to macerate and flavour ingredients and casseroles.
- 3. MACERATE: To steep an herb in fat, such as done with salve and ointments.
- 浸渍(macerate): 把药草浸在油脂中, 就像制作油膏那样.
- 4. I like to macerate the food in liqueur for a few minutes before serving.
- 5. For example, vacuum metallurgy, power condensers , transtormers , vacuum macerate process , fore - sucking for vacuum coating equipment, etc.
- 如:真空冶炼, 电力电容器, 变压器,真空浸渍处理, 真空镀膜设备中的预抽等.
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