Cause+to+undergo

  • 1cause to undergo — index subject Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2Paws With A Cause — is a non profit organization that trains assistance dogs for the people with disabilities. Founded in 1979 by Michael Sapp, Sr., it was originally called Ears for the Deaf, and specialized in hearing dogs. [History of Paws With A Cause http://www …

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  • 3burn — burn1 burnable, adj. /berrn/, v., burned or burnt, burning, n. v.i. 1. to undergo rapid combustion or consume fuel in such a way as to give off heat, gases, and, usually, light; be on fire: The fire burned in the grate. 2. (of a fireplace,… …

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  • 4burn — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. oxidize, consume; blaze, flame; fire; sear, char, scorch; destroy. See heat, desire, excitability. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. blister, scorch, scald, wound, impairment, trauma, first degree burn, second… …

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  • 5run — [run] vi. ran or Dial. run, run, running [altered (with vowel prob. infl. by pp.) < ME rinnen, rennen < ON & OE: ON rinna, to flow, run, renna, to cause to run (< Gmc * rannjan); OE rinnan, iornan: both < Gmc * renwo < IE base * er …

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  • 6ferment — 1. To cause or to undergo fermentation. 2. An agent that causes fermentation. [L. fermentum, leaven] * * * fer·ment (.)fər ment vi to undergo fermentation vt to cause to undergo fermentation fer·ment·able ə bəl adj fer·ment …

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  • 7autolyze — ˈȯd.əlˌīz verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: from New Latin autolysis, after such pairs as Medieval Latin analysis: English analyze intransitive verb : to undergo autolysis transitive verb …

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  • 8ferment — fermentable, adj. fermentability, n. n. /ferr ment/; v. /feuhr ment /, n. 1. Also called organized ferment. any of a group of living organisms, as yeasts, molds, and certain bacteria, that cause fermentation. 2. Also called unorganized ferment.… …

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  • 9Atrophy — Wasting away or diminution. Muscle atrophy is wasting of muscle, decrease in muscle mass. A nerve can also show atrophy. For example, atrophy of the optic nerve diminishes vision. * * * A wasting of tissues, organs, or the entire body, as from… …

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  • 10coagulate — 1. To convert a fluid or a substance in solution into a solid or gel. 2. To clot; to curdle; to change from a liquid to a solid or gel. [L. coagulo, pp. atus, to curdle] * * * co·ag·u·late kō ag yə .lāt vb, lat·ed; lat·ing …

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  • 11contract — 1. (kon trakt′)To shorten; to become reduced in size; in the case of muscle, either to shorten or to undergo an increase in tension. 2. (kon trakt′)To acquire by contagion or infection. 3. (kon′trakt)An explicit bilateral commitment by… …

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  • 12lyse — To break up, to disintegrate, to effect lysis. SYN: lyze. * * * lyse līs, līz vb, lysed; lys·ing vt to cause to undergo lysis: produce lysis in <cells were lysed> vi to undergo lysis * * * (līz) 1. to cause or produce disintegration of …

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  • 13necrose — 1. To cause necrosis. 2. To become the site of necrosis. * * * nec·rose nek .rōs, .rōz, ne krōz vb, nec·rosed; nec·ros·ing vi to undergo necrosis <tissues subjected to prolonged pressure may necrose to form bedsores> vt to affect with or… …

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  • 14dissociate — [dɪ səʊʃɪeɪt, sɪ ] verb 1》 disconnect or separate.     ↘(dissociate oneself from) declare that one is not connected with or a supporter of. 2》 Psychiatry cause (a component of mental activity) to undergo dissociation. 3》 Chemistry undergo or… …

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  • 15burn — I [[t]bɜrn[/t]] v. burned burnt, burn•ing, 1) to consume fuel and give off heat, gases, and usu. light; be on fire 2) chem. a) to undergo combustion; oxidize b) to undergo fission or fusion 3) (of a fireplace, furnace, etc.) to contain a fire 4)… …

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  • 16burn — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German brunno spring of water Date: before 12th century British creek 2 II. verb (burned or burnt; burning) Etymology: Middle English birnen, from Old English …

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  • 17ferment — fer•ment n. [[t]ˈfɜr mɛnt[/t]] v. [[t]fərˈmɛnt[/t]] n. 1) biochem. any of a group of living organisms, as yeasts, molds, and certain bacteria, that cause fermentation 2) biochem. chem. an enzyme that catalyzes the anaerobic breakdown of molecules …

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  • 18burn — I. /bɜn / (say bern) verb (burnt or burned, burning) –verb (i) 1. to be on fire: the fuel burns. 2. (of a furnace, etc.) to contain fire. 3. to feel heat or a physiologically identical sensation: his face was burning in the wind. 4. Sport (of a… …

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  • 19autolyze — To undergo autolysis. SYN: autolyse. * * * au·to·lyze or Brit au·to·lyse ȯt əl .īz vb, lyzed or Brit lysed; lyz·ing or Brit lys·ing vi to undergo autolysis vt to subject to autolysis * * * au·to·lyze (awґto līz) to undergo or to cause to… …

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  • 20subject — subjectable, adj. subjectability, n. subjectedly, adv. subjectedness, n. subjectless, adj. subjectlike, adj. n., adj. /sub jikt/; v. /seuhb jekt /, n. 1. that which forms a basic matter of thought, discussion, investigation, etc.: a subject of… …

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