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Make into or become an emulsion.with object ‘mustard helps to emulsify a vinaigrette’
blend, mingle, combine, put together, stir, jumble, mergeblend, mingle, combine, put together, stir, jumble, mergeView synonyms
- ‘The primary immunization consisted of antigen emulsified in phosphate buffered saline.’
- ‘Note that oil and juice will not emulsify, giving vinaigrette a ‘broken’ look.’
- ‘Adjust the heat to medium; add the tarragon butter and stir to emulsify.’
- ‘With the machine running, gradually add the olive oil until emulsified.’
- ‘This was followed by more solid, nutritious foods with liquid vitamins and minerals, and emulsified essential fatty acids.’
- ‘It is correct that soap will emulsify the P1 oil but that's all it does.’
- ‘With the blender running, slowly add the oil and blend until emulsified.’
- ‘Combine zest, lemon juice, marjoram, sugar, vinegar and olive oil; whisk until emulsified.’
- ‘Keep whisking briskly, and make sure each tiny addition of oil is emulsified before adding more.’
- ‘Use plain water, detergents, suitable proprietary compounds, or emulsifying agents.’
- ‘This collagen solution was emulsified with an equal volume of Freund's incomplete adjuvant.’
- ‘Various viscous liquids were used in the heating process to emulsify the rubber.’
- ‘Whey protein concentrate has been shown to provide water binding, emulsifying and gelation properties in several types of soup applications.’
- ‘Slowly drizzle in the olive oil and whisk constantly until emulsified.’
- ‘I began to exfoliate my skin and emulsify the natural oils - gently breaking them down rather than stripping my skin.’
- ‘As a second step, these natural cheeses are mixed with emulsifying agents into a homogeneous mass.’
- ‘With the food processor still on, slowly drizzle in the olive oil and vinegar until they are absorbed or emulsified into the sauce.’
- ‘Continue to add oil in steady stream, blending to emulsify.’
- ‘Gasoline won't burn and produce energy in liquid form; for it to ignite, gasoline needs to be emulsified, atomized, and vaporized.’
- ‘With the blender running, slowly add both oils until emulsified.’
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