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  1. precipitate

    • v.
      cause (an event or situation, typically one that is bad or undesirable) to happen suddenly, unexpectedly, or prematurely;cause to move suddenly and with force
    • adj.
      done, made, or acting suddenly or without careful consideration;(of an event or situation) occurring suddenly or abruptly
    • n.
      a substance precipitated from a solution.
    • verb: precipitate, 3rd person present: precipitates, gerund or present participle: precipitating, past tense: precipitated, past participle: precipitated

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    • 1. a substance precipitated from a solution.
    • v.
      undergo or cause to undergo co-precipitation: metabolites that bind to or co-precipitate with nucleic acids amorphous sulfides containing precious metals were co-precipitated with the silica

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      undergo or cause to undergo co-precipitation: metabolites that bind to or co-precipitate with nucleic acids amorphous sulphides containing precious metals were co-precipitated with the silica

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • v.
      cause (an event or situation, typically one that is undesirable) to happen suddenly, ... the incident precipitated a political crisis
    • adj.
      done, made, or acting suddenly or without careful consideration: I must apologize for my staff—their actions were precipitate
    • n.
      a substance precipitated from a solution.

    Oxford Dictionary