STERILIZE

To destroy micro organisms by boiling, dry heat, or steam.

Sterilize

• (v. t.) To make sterile or unproductive; to impoverish, as land; to exhaust of fertility. • (v. t.) To deprive of the power of reproducing; to render incapable of germination or fecundation; to make sterile. • (v. t.) To destroy all spores or germs in (an organic fluid or mixture), as by heat, so as to prevent the development of ba...
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sterilize

(ster´ĭ-līz) to subject to sterilization.
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sterilize

1. To make sterile or unproductive; to impoverish, as land; to exhaust of fertility. 'Sterilizing the earth.' ... 2. <biology> To deprive of the power of reproducing; to render incapable of germination or fecundation; to make sterile. To destroy all spores or germs in (an organic fluid or mixture), as by heat, so as to prevent the development...
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Sterilize

Ster'il·ize transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Sterilized ; present participle & verbal noun Sterilizing .] [ Confer French stériliser .] 1. To make sterile or unproductive; to impoverish, as land; to exhaust o...
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sterilize

Destroy all microorganisms; usually not possible with chemical disinfectants, and requires physical disinfection
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Sterilize

Freeing (sterilizing) the wine from wine-damaging microorganisms as yeasts and bacteria, This is done by different methods clarify. Filter and beautiful as well as by measures at the bottling reached.
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Sterilize

Make sterile (super clean) by removing dirt, germs and bacteria.
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Sterilize

Make sterile (super clean) by removing dirt, germs and bacteria.
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stérilizé

milk heated to a higher temperature than pasteurized milk, so that it stays fresh for several weeks.
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sterilize

To destroy all microorganisms; usually not possible with chemical disinfectants, and requires physical disinfection.
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sterilize

To destroy micro organisms by boiling, dry heat, or steam.
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Sterilize

To eliminate all forms of life, especially microorganisms, either by chemical or physical means.
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Sterilize

To eliminate all forms of life, especially microorganisms, either by chemical or physical means.
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sterilize

To kill all microbes present in a substance (or on a surface). Typically requires the use of an autoclave.
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Sterilize

To use offsetting open market operations to prevent an act of exchange market intervention from changing the monetary base. With sterilization, any purchase of foreign exchange is accompanied by an equal-value sale of domestic bonds, and vice versa.
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sterilize

Type: Term Pronunciation: ster′ĭl-īz Definitions: 1. To produce sterility.
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sterilize

[v] - make free from bacteria 2. [v] - make infertile
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