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co·ag·u·late / kōˈagyəˌlāt/ • v. [intr.] (of a fluid, esp. blood) change to a solid or semisolid state. ∎  [tr.] cause (a fluid) to change to a solid or semisolid state: epinephrine coagulates the blood. DERIVATIVES: co·ag·u·la·ble / -ləbəl/ adj. co·ag·u·la·tion / kōˌagyəˈlāshən/ n. co·ag·u·la·tive / -ˌlātiv/ adj. co·ag·u·la·tor / -ˌlātər/ n.

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coagulate

coagulate XVII. f. pp. stem of L. coāgulāre, f. coāgulum rennet, f. *coagere drive together; see COGENT, ATE 3.
So coagulation XV.

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coagulate

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