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volatilize

[ vol-uh-tl-ahyz ]
/ ˈvɒl ə tlˌaɪz /
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verb (used without object), vol·a·til·ized, vol·a·til·iz·ing.

to become volatile; pass off as vapor.

verb (used with object), vol·a·til·ized, vol·a·til·iz·ing.

to make volatile; cause to pass off as vapor.

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Also especially British, vol·a·til·ise .

Origin of volatilize

First recorded in 1650–60; volatile + -ize

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British Dictionary definitions for volatilize

volatilize

volatilise

/ (vɒˈlætɪˌlaɪz) /

verb

to change or cause to change from a solid or liquid to a vapour

Derived forms of volatilize

volatilizable or volatilisable, adjectivevolatilization or volatilisation, noun
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