Torrefy

• (v. t.) To subject to scorching heat, so as to drive off volatile ingredients; to roast, as ores. • (v. t.) To dry by a fire. • (v. t.) To dry or parch, as drugs, on a metallic plate till they are friable, or are reduced to the state desired.
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torrefy

1. To dry by a fire. ... 2. <chemistry> To subject to scorching heat, so as to drive off volatile ingredients; to roast, as ores. ... 3. <pharmacology> To dry or parch, as drugs, on a metallic plate till they are friable, or are reduced to the state desired. ... Origin: L. Torrere to parch + -fy: cf. F. Torrefier, L. Torrefacere ... Alt...
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Torrefy

Tor're·fy transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Torrefied ; present participle & verbal noun Torrefying .] [ Latin torrere to parch + -fy : confer French torr é fier , Latin torrefacere .] [ ...
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torrefy

to scorch or parch; to dry or roast with heat
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torrefy

Type: Term Pronunciation: tōr′ē-fī Definitions: 1. To parch.
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