colliquation col·li·qua·tion (kŏl’ĭ-kwā’shən)
colliquative col·liq·ua·tive (kə-lĭk’wə-tĭv, kŏl’ĭ-kwā’tĭv) adj. Relating to or producing colliquation.
- Colliquative necrosis
colliquative necrosis n. See liquefactive necrosis.
noun, Physics. 1. the rate at which collisions are occurring per unit volume per unit time, usually pertaining to the collisions of neutrons in a nuclear reactor.
noun 1. a course or path of a vehicle, projectile, etc., that, if unchanged, will lead to a collision with another object. 2. any plan, attitude, or course of action that leads to a confrontation or conflict with another.