SYN: evaporate.

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vol·a·til·ize also Brit vol·a·til·ise 'väl-ət-əl-.īz, Brit also və-'lat- vb, -ized also Brit -ised; -iz·ing also Brit -is·ing vt to make volatile esp to cause to pass off in vapor vi to pass off in vapor
vol·a·til·iz·able also Brit vol·a·til·is·able -.ī-zə-bəl adj
vol·a·til·iza·tion also Brit vol·a·til·isa·tion .väl-ət-əl-ə-'zā-shən, Brit also və-.lat-əl-.ī-' n

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vol·a·til·ize (volґə-til-īz) to convert into vapor.

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