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emulsify (v.)

"make or form into an emulsion," 1853, from Latin emuls-, past-participle stem of emulgere "to milk out" (from assimilated form of ex "out;" see ex-; + mulgere "to milk," from PIE root *melg- "to rub off; to milk") + -fy. Related: emulsified.

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Definitions of emulsify

emulsify (v.)
cause to become an emulsion; make into an emulsion;
emulsify (v.)
form into or become an emulsion;
The solution emulsified
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