Webster 1913 Edition
liquatus, p. p. of
To melt; to become liquid.
To separate by fusion, as a more fusible from a less fusible material.
Webster 1828 Edition
liquate (third-person singular simple present liquates, present participle liquating, simple past and past participle liquated)
- (metalworking) To separate by fusion, as a more fusible from a less fusible material.
- To melt; to become liquid.
- (Can we find and add a quotation of Woodward to this entry?)
- vocative masculine singular of liquātus