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    macerate - Dictionary definition and meaning for word macerate

    (verb) separate into constituents by soaking Definition
    (verb) become soft or separate and disintegrate as a result of excessive soaking
    Example Sentence
    • the tissue macerated in the water
    (verb) soften, usually by steeping in liquid, and cause to disintegrate as a result
    Example Sentence
    • macerate peaches
    • the gizzards macerates the food in the digestive system
    (verb) cause to grow thin or weak
    Synonyms : emaciate , waste
    Example Sentence
    • The treatment emaciated him
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for macerate

macerate sounds like marinate. Marinating chicken or paneer in spices and masala to make them tender. If you over do it , you will end up spoiling it !

MACERATE is like MASTICATE - we chew food, allow the glands (liquid) to soak the food.

(Macerate = Mess + rate)Mess food is hard to eat, so mess owners are doing a tact. They are providing the soft food by keeping it in liquid that results in increase of mess rate.

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macerate means mice is soaked in liquid to soften and then sold at a very wasteful(waste away) prices

macerate badam and pista for making of kheer

when u beat with mace,u will be weakened.or cut into parts,which is done when soaked..

MICE ka RATE ghatane ke liye soft paneer lagana padta hai trap mein - sookhi roti se kuch nhi hota !!

mace(make)+rate......to increase the making rate of rajma, chole we first soft these by soaking in water

mac + rates...........mac(apple laptop) are just SOAKING my pocket....and also the liquid of my body.


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