granulate

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to segment into tiny grains or particles
to form into grains or small particles
{a} consisting of grains or knobs
{v} to form into small grains, break, raise
To form into grains or small masses; as, to granulate powder, sugar, or metal
Consisting of, or resembling, grains; crystallized in grains; granular; as, granulated sugar
form granulating tissue; "wounds and ulcers can granulate"
form granulating tissue; "wounds and ulcers can granulate" become granular
Having numerous small elevations, as shagreen
become granular
{f} make into granules; crumble or collect into granules; make rough on the surface
To collect or be formed into grains; as, cane juice granulates into sugar
To raise in granules or small asperities; to make rough on the surface
form into grains
granulated
Simple past tense and past participle of granulate
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The attachment of granules of precious metal to underlying metal of jewellery
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The condition of being granulated
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The formation of granules
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Granulated tissue on the surface of a healing wound; granulation tissue
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A bright, transient granular marking on the Sun's photosphere
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{a} consisting of grains or knobs
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{n} the state of having small round points like grains, the act of reducing to small round particles
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Consisting of, or resembling, grains; crystallized in grains; granular; as, granulated sugar
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past of granulate
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granulated sugar is in the form of small white grains
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{s} crumbled or collected into granules; made rough on the surface; granular, grainy
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made grainy or formed into granules; "granulated sugar"
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Formed into, or composed of granules
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Having numerous small elevations, as shagreen
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made grainy or formed into granules; "granulated sugar
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The mottled, orange peel, appearance of the Sun's surface; caused by convection within the Sun
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the act of forming something into granules or grains; "the granulation of medicines"
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Cellular structure of the solar photosphere visible at high spatial resolution
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{i} act of granulating, formation of granules; growth of small granules; roughness
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The bright red tissue formed from new capillary loops during the proliferative phase of healing
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The formation of grains immediately upon solidification
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tiny particle of metal heat-fused to a metal surface without the use of solder
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The state of being granulated
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new connective tissue and tiny blood vessels that form on the surfaces of a wound during the healing process
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tissue - fleshy growths that form on the surface of a wound that is healing; the growths will later become excessive scar tissue
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Cellular structure of the photosphere visible at high spatial resolution Individual granules, which represent the tops of small convection cells, are 200 to 2000 km in diameter and have lifetimes of 8 to 10 minutes
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A technique of decorating gold and silver jewellery by soldering small spheres (granules) of metal onto it, often in conjunction with filigree
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The act or process of forming or crystallizing into grains; as, the granulation of powder and sugar
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One of the most elaborate metal work techniques, devised in ancient Greece, perfected by the Etruscans and lost in the Western world for 2,000 years Tiny granules are soldered to a solid backplate to form surface design--granules may be as small as 1/1000 of an inch and form a surface texture
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A pattern of small cells that can be seen on the surface of the Sun They are caused by the convective motions of the hot gases inside the Sun
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A technique in which fine particles of a metal – such as gold – are soldered on to the surface of a metal object for decorative effect
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Any of a variety of particle-shaping operations that form irregularly shaped dust-free clusters of particles
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The act or process of the formation of such prominences
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Granulation: The process of forming granules (small grains or particles) from a chemical
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The process of bonding small spheres or chips of metal to a parent metal Bonding is traditionally accomplished by eutectic soldering Granulation is seen in a variety of ancient metals work, most notably in Etruscan jewelry
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A pattern of small cells seen on the surface of the Sun caused by the convective motions of the hot solar gas
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(pronounce: gran-u-lay-shun) granulus = [Latin] small grain, from granum = [Latin] grain Granulation covers most of the visible surface (the photosphere) of the Sun It looks a bit like rice pudding, with individual bright "rice kernels", called granules, separated from each other by a connected network of dark paths, called intergranular lanes Granulation can be seen in the high-resolution continuum image and in the very-high-resolution continuum image H
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One of the small, red, grainlike prominences which form on a raw surface (that of wounds or ulcers), and are the efficient agents in the process of healing
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> The technique of soldering metal grains or granules to a metal base, the best examples can be found in Etruscan jewelry
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the act of forming something into granules or grains; "the granulation of medicines" new connective tissue and tiny blood vessels that form on the surfaces of a wound during the healing process
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Minute metal beads, usually, used to decorate jewelry See ETRUSCAN
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a metalsmithing technique using tiny spheres of silver and attaching them to a silver base in complex designs Most commonly seen in Balinese metalwork One of my favorite types of beads!
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Mottled appearance of the solar surface, caused by rising (hot) and falling (cool) material in convective cells just below the photosphere
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bright spots of convection on the Sun's surface 700 to 1000 kilometers across forming a honeycomb pattern Formed from hot, bright gas rising from below in the center of a granule and cooler, dimmer gas falling back down at the edge of a granule
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