saturate

[v] - cause (a chemical compound, vapour, solution, magnetic material, etc.) to unite with the greatest possible amount of another substance
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Saturate

• (v. t.) To cause to become completely penetrated, impregnated, or soaked; to fill fully; to sate. • (v. t.) To satisfy the affinity of; to cause to become inert by chemical combination with all that it can hold; as, to saturate phosphorus with chlorine. • (p. a.) Filled to repletion; saturated; soaked.Saturate: words in the definit...
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Saturate

Sat'u·rate p. adjective [ Latin saturatus , past participle ] Filled to repletion; saturated; soaked. « Dries his feathers saturate with dew.» Cowper. « The sand beneath our feet is saturate With blood of martyrs.» Longfellow.
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Saturate

Sat'u·rate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Saturated ; present participle & verbal noun Saturating .] [ Latin saturatus , past participle of saturare to saturate, from satur full of food, sated. See
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saturate

Filled to repletion; saturated; soaked. 'Dries his feathers saturate with dew.' (Cowper) 'The sand beneath our feet is saturate With blood of martyrs.' (Longfellow) ... Origin: L. Saturatus, p. P. ... 1. To cause to become completely penetrated, impregnated, or soaked; to fill fully; to sate. 'Innumerable flocks and herbs covered that vast expanse ...
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saturate

infuse or fill completely
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saturate

infuse or fill completely
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saturate

To treat or charge something to the point where no more can be absorbed, dissolved, or retained. In meteorology, it is used when discussing the amount of water vapor in a volume of air.
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Saturate

To treat or charge something to the point where no more can be absorbed, dissolved, or retained. In
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saturate

To treat or charge something to the point where no more can be absorbed, dissolved, or retained. In meteorology, it is used when discussing the amount of water vapor in a volume of air.
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saturate

Type: Term Pronunciation: satch′ŭ-rāt Definitions: 1. To impregnate to the greatest possible extent. 2. To neutralize; to satisfy all the chemical affinities of a substance (as by converting all double bonds to single bonds). 3. To dissolve a substance up to that concentration beyond which the addition of more results in two phases....
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