pectise

pectize

[pek-tahyz]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), pectized, pectizing.
to change into a jelly; jellify; gel; gelatinize; gelatinate.
Also, especially British, pectise.


Origin:
1880–85; < Greek pēkt(ós) fixed, congealed (see pectic) + -ize

pectizable, adjective
pectization, noun
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pectize or pectise (ˈpɛktaɪz)
 
vb
to change into a jelly; gel
 
[C19: from Greek pēktos solidified; see pectin]
 
pectise or pectise
 
vb
 
[C19: from Greek pēktos solidified; see pectin]
 
'pectizable or pectise
 
adj
 
'pectisable or pectise
 
adj
 
pecti'zation or pectise
 
n
 
pecti'sation or pectise
 
n

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