Translation of vaporize in Spanish:


evaporarse, v.

Pronunciation /ˈveɪpərʌɪz//ˈveɪpəˌraɪz/

intransitive verb

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    • A computerized laser vaporizes a predetermined portion of the cornea.
    • Heat vaporizes gasoline and it all burns as a volatile gas.
    • At a sufficiently high temperature the water below would vaporize and form a gas layer that supports the body of water above.
    • When Earth passes through the debris each August, the bits are vaporized in the atmosphere.
    • Four hundred tons of heavy hydrogen in a real fusion reaction could instantly vaporize a city, but there was no concentrated heavy hydrogen in the building.
    • Valued for their predictability, these lasers emit high energy densities within short pulses that vaporize tissue while sparing surrounding skin.
    • When the asteroid hit, it was vaporized by the extreme energy of the impact.
    • However, NH 3 is toxic, chills its surroundings rapidly on vaporizing, and releases heat on contact with water.
    • Also, for early cancers, a doctor may use a laser to vaporize the growth.
    • For example, a gas engine is designed to vaporize gasoline and then ignite it with a spark.
    • If the alloys are unduly superheated, zinc is vaporized and the chemistry of the alloy is changed.
    • The laser actually vaporizes a pinpoint of your skin.
    • Before wet wood can burn, heat energy must first supply enough energy to vaporize the water.
    • This should help illustrate how much energy it takes to vaporize a gallon of water.
    • Its impact with the ground results in a massive explosion, vaporizing the space object and launching perhaps over a trillion tons of gas, ash and rock dust into the atmosphere.
    • They've theorized that carbonates in the target rock exploded, vaporizing into carbon dioxide.
    • The intensity of the laser light is sufficient to vaporize material and produce irreversible changes.
    • The kinetic energy of the meteorite is converted to heat, which vaporizes the surrounding rock as well as much of the meteorite, producing an explosion equivalent to a large nuclear device.
    • The explosion initially vaporizes the surrounding rock and produces a high-temperature cavity.
    • Laser resurfacing is performed using a beam of laser energy that vaporizes the upper layers of damaged skin at specific and controlled levels of penetration.

transitive verb

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