[ mal-ee-uh-blahyz ]
/ ˈmæl i əˌblaɪz /
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verb (used with object), mal·le·a·blized, mal·le·a·bliz·ing.
to make (white cast iron) malleable by annealing it so that the carbon is transformed to graphite or removed completely.
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Also especially British, mal·le·a·blise .
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