(to) congeal

(to) congeal
(to) congeal /kənˈdʒi:l/
v. t. e i.
1 rapprendere, rapprendersi; coagulare, coagularsi; solidificare, solidificarsi: Wait until the liquid has congealed, aspettate che il liquido si sia rappreso; to congeal water into ice, solidificare l'acqua in ghiaccio; congealed blood, sangue coagulato (o rappreso); (metall.) congealed solution, soluzione solida
2 (fig.) irrigidire, irrigidirsi; congelare, congelarsi; paralizzare, paralizzarsi; (rif. al sangue, per paura) agghiacciare, agghiacciarsi; raggelare, raggelarsi
3 (fig.) prendere una forma soddisfacente; amalgamarsi; concretizzarsi
congealable
a.
congelabile
congealment
n. [u]
1 coagulazione; solidificazione
2 congelamento.

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