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dialyze

[dahy-uh-lahyz] /ˈdaɪ əˌlaɪz/
verb (used with object), dialyzed, dialyzing.
1.
to subject to dialysis; separate or procure by dialysis.
verb (used without object), dialyzed, dialyzing.
2.
to undergo dialysis.
Also, especially British, dialyse.
Origin of dialyze
1860-1865
First recorded in 1860-65; dia- + -lyze
Related forms
dialyzable, adjective
dialyzability, noun
dialyzation, noun
nondialyzing, adjective
undialyzed, adjective
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  • Distilled water was placed on the reverse side of the dialyzing apparatus and the tests started.

    Paint Technology and Tests Henry A. Gardner
  • This is the dialyzing vessel, and it is into this that the mixture of silicate and hydrochloric acid must be put.

dialyzing in Medicine

dialyze di·a·lyze (dī'ə-līz')
v. di·a·lyzed, di·a·lyz·ing, di·a·lyz·es
To subject to or undergo dialysis or hemodialysis.


di'a·lyz'a·bil'i·ty n.
di'a·lyz'a·ble adj.
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