- to treat, combine, or enrich with oxygen: to oxygenate the blood.
Origin of oxygenate
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Examples from the Web for oxygenated
What the fMRI machine detects is the shifting proportions of oxygenated blood in any given region of the brain.Illustrating the Brain
December 10, 2009
Where were the sidewalk arguments; where was the caffeinated anxiety; the oxygenated rowdiness?The Capital Goes Nuts
November 6, 2008
At a high temperature it reduces almost every oxygenated body.
Observe the mass of oxygenated vegetable matter on her skull.Ulysses
If the sea were not lashed up and oxygenated, we should have a stagnant pest-hole like an old rotten fishpond all round the world.A Dream of the North Sea
I have succeeded in combining strontian with the oxygenated muriatic acid.The Life of Sir Humphrey Davy, Bart. LL.D., Volume 1 (of 2)
John Ayrton Paris
The only known chemical agent affecting such a bleach to nearly white is peroxyd of hydrogen or oxygenated water.The Practical Ostrich Feather Dyer
oxygenize or oxygenise
- to enrich or be enriched with oxygento oxygenate blood
- To treat, combine, or infuse with oxygen.
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- To combine or mix with oxygen, as in a physical, chemical, or biological system. Blood is oxygenated in the lungs.
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