[lik-wuh-fahy] /ˈlɪk wəˌfaɪ/
verb (used with or without object), liquefied, liquefying.
to make or become .
verb -fies, -fying, -fied
(esp of a gas) to become or cause to become liquid
early 15c., from Old French liquefier “liquefy, dissolve,” from Latin liquefacere “make liquid, melt,” from liquere “be fluid” (see liquid (adj.)) + facere “to make” (see factitious).
/lɪˈkwɛs/ verb 1. (intransitive) to become liquid
[li-kwes-uh nt] /lɪˈkwɛs ənt/ adjective 1. becoming liquid; melting. 2. tending toward a liquid state. /lɪˈkwɛsənt/ adjective 1. (of a solid or gas) becoming or tending to become liquid liquescent li·ques·cent (lĭ-kwěs’ənt) adj. Becoming or tending to become liquid; melting.
[li-kur or, esp. British, -kyoo r; French lee-kœr] /lɪˈkɜr or, esp. British, -ˈkyʊər; French liˈkœr/ noun 1. any of a class of alcoholic , usually strong, sweet, and highly flavored, as Chartreuse or curaçao, generally served after dinner; cordial. /lɪˈkjʊə; French likœr/ noun 1. 2. a small hollow chocolate sweet containing liqueur n. “sweetened, flavored […]
[lik-wid] /ˈlɪk wɪd/ adjective 1. composed of molecules that move freely among themselves but do not tend to separate like those of gases; neither gaseous nor solid. 2. of, relating to, or consisting of liquids: a liquid diet. 3. flowing like water. 4. clear, transparent, or bright: liquid eyes. 5. (of sounds, tones, etc.) smooth; […]