[lik-siv-ee-eyt] /lɪkˈsɪv iˌeɪt/
verb (used with object), lixiviated, lixiviating.
to treat with a solvent; leach.
(transitive) (chem) a less common word for leach1 (sense 1), lixiviate
1758, from past participle stem of Modern Latin lixiviare, from Latin lixivium, neuter of lixivius “made into lye,” from lix “ashes, lye.”
lixiviation lix·iv·i·a·tion (lĭk-sĭv’ē-ā’shən)
The removal of the soluble constituents of a substance by the action of a percolating liquid. Also called leaching.
lix·iv’i·ate’ (lĭk-sĭv’ē-āt’) v.
[lik-siv-ee-uh m] /lɪkˈsɪv i əm/ noun, plural lixiviums, lixivia [lik-siv-ee-uh] /lɪkˈsɪv i ə/ (Show IPA) 1. the solution, containing alkaline salts, obtained by leaching wood ashes with water; lye. 2. any solution obtained by leaching. /lɪkˈsɪvɪəm/ noun (pl) -iums, -ia (-ɪə) 1. the alkaline solution obtained by leaching wood ash with water; lye 2. any […]
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[lee shwœ] /ˈli ˈʃwœ/ noun, Pinyin. 1. .
[lee yyahn] /ˈli ˈyüɑn/ noun 1. (Kao TsuorGao Zu) a.d. 565–635, Chinese emperor 618–27: founder of the Tang dynasty.
[liz] /lɪz/ noun 1. a female given name, form of .