English → English - fractionate

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v. break up into sections or parts; separate the ingredients of a mixture

English → Spanish - fractionate

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v. fraccionar

English → French - fractionate

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v. fractionner; séparer (solution, etc.; en ses divers composantes)

English → German - fractionate

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v. fraktionieren, trennen (Lösung, Zutaten etc.)

English → Italian - fractionate

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v. frazionare; (Chim) sottoporre a distillazione frazionata

English → Polish - fractionate

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v. frakcjonować

English → Portuguese - fractionate

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v. fracionar, destilar

English → Romanian - fractionate

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v. fracţiona

English → Russian - fractionate

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г. фракционировать

English → Turkish - fractionate

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f. parçalara ayırmak, damıtmak

English → Ukrainian - fractionate

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v. фракціонувати

English → Dutch - fractionate

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ww. afscheiden (in verschillende verbindingen, oplossing, enz.)

English → Greek - fractionate

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(Lex). κλασματοποιώ

English → Arabic - fractionate

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‏جزأ‏

English → Hindi - fractionate

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v. भागों में पृथक्‌ करना

English → Japanese - fractionate

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(動) 分別する; 細分する; 分別で得る; 分ける

English → Korean - fractionate

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동. 분별 하다, 분류 하다, 분류하다

English → Vietnamese - fractionate

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v. chia ra

Definition of fractionate

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Verb
1. To separate (a mixture) into its individual constituents by exploiting differences in some chemical or physical property, such as boiling point, particle size, solubility etc.
Crude oil is fractionated in a refinery to produce a number of different petroleum products.
2. To divide each plaintext symbol into several ciphertext symbols as a preliminary stage of encryption.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: fractionating
Present: fractionate (3.person: fractionates)
Past: fractionated
Future: will fractionate
Present conditional: would fractionate
Present Perfect: have fractionated (3.person: has fractionated)
Past Perfect: had fractionated
Future Perfect: will have fractionated
Past conditional: would have fractionated
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