Finally add the sodium bicarbonate and the cacao powder; and triturate again until the color is uniform.
Empty the sample of soil into the mortar and triturate thoroughly.
triturate the spirit of nitroglycerin with the red fat sugar and permit the alcohol to evaporate.
When thoroughly mixed, add the water gradually, and triturate till a uniform mixture is obtained.
Mix the saccharin with the senna, add the sugar and triturate thoroughly until well mixed.
Possibly the whole glyph maybe interpreted by cecelhuchah, “to triturate.”
triturate or rub the whole well together in a mortar and divide into twenty powders, and take one night and morning.
Then add the spirit of nitroglycerin, and triturate again thoroughly but gently.
The cylinder is usually raised a little during this period, as its only purpose is to agitate the mass, but not to triturate it.
triturate the anaesthesine with the sugar and the spirit of rose, add the carmine, and triturate until thoroughly mixed.
1755, from Late Latin trituratus, past participle of triturare "to thresh, to grind," from Latin tritura "a rubbing, a threshing," from past participle stem of terere "to rub" (see throw). Related: Triturated; triturating.
triturate trit·u·rate (trĭch'ə-rāt')
v. trit·u·rat·ed, trit·u·rat·ing, trit·u·rates
To rub, crush, grind, or pound into fine particles or a powder. n.
A triturated substance, especially a powdered drug.