clotting

  1. the process of forming semisolid lumps in a liquid
  2. change from a liquid to a thickened or solid state
  3. turn into curds,as of dairy products
  4. coalesce or unite in a mass

Clotting

A gentle heat applied to cream which results in the thick clotted cream of the south-west of England.
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Clotting

see blood clotting
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Clotting

Normal way the body stops bleeding. Some of the blood will thicken and form a clot. This blocks the bleeding point or wound.
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clotting

(klot´ing) formation of a jellylike substance over the ends or within the walls of a blood vessel, with resultant stoppage of the blood flow; this is one of the natural defense mechanisms of the body when injury occurs. A clot will usually form within 5 minutes after a blood vessel wall has been damaged. Called also coagulati...
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Clotting

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Clot
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Clotting

- see blood clotting
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