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recrystallize

[ ree-kris-tl-ahyz ]
/ ri藞kr瑟s tl藢a瑟z /
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verb (used without object), re路crys路tal路lized, re路crys路tal路liz路ing.
to become crystallized again.
Metallurgy. (of a metal) to acquire a new granular structure with new crystals because of plastic deformation, as when hot-worked.
verb (used with object), re路crys路tal路lized, re路crys路tal路liz路ing.
to crystallize again.
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Also especially British, re路crys路tal路lise .

Origin of recrystallize

First recorded in 1790鈥1800; re- + crystallize

OTHER WORDS FROM recrystallize

re路crys路tal路li路za路tion, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for recrystallize

recrystallize

recrystallise

/ (ri藧藞kr瑟st蓹藢la瑟z) /

verb
chem to dissolve and subsequently crystallize (a substance) from the solution, as in purifying chemical compounds, or (of a substance) to crystallize in this way
to undergo or cause to undergo the process in which a deformed metal forms a new set of undeformed crystal grains

Derived forms of recrystallize

recrystallization or recrystallisation, noun
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