Mineralize



verb (used with object), mineralized, mineralizing.
1.
to convert into a mineral substance.
2.
to transform (a metal) into an ore.
3.
to impregnate or supply with mineral substances.
verb (used without object), mineralized, mineralizing.
4.
to study or collect the minerals of a region.
verb (transitive)
1.

to impregnate (organic matter, water, etc) with a mineral substance
to convert (such matter) into a mineral; petrify

2.
(of gases, vapours, etc, in magma) to transform (a metal) into an ore

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