Composed of vesicles; vesicular

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  • vesiculated — ve·sic·u·lat·ed (və sikґu lāt″əd) having vesicles …   Medical dictionary

  • vesiculated — adj. blistered; covered with vesicles v. raise blisters; cause the formation of vesicles …   English contemporary dictionary

  • vesiculated — vesicˈūlate / lət/ or vesicˈūlāted adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑vesica …   Useful english dictionary

  • ve|sic|u|late — «verb. vuh SIHK yuh layt; adjective. vuh SIHK yuh liht, layt», verb, lat|ed, lat|ing, adjective. –v.t., v.i. to make or become vesicular; develop vesicles (in). –adj. = vesiculated. (Cf. ↑vesiculated) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Basalt — For the World War II raid, see Operation Basalt. For the cities, see Basalt, Colorado and Basalt, Idaho. Basalt Igneous Rock Composition …   Wikipedia

  • Светляки — У этого термина существуют и другие значения, см. Светлячки (село). ? Светляки …   Википедия

  • vesiculate — vesiculation, n. adj. /veuh sik yeuh lit, layt /; v. /veuh sik yeuh layt /, adj., v., vesiculated, vesiculating. adj. 1. characterized by or covered with vesicles. 2. of the nature of a vesicle. v.t., v.i. 3. to make or become vesicular. [1820… …   Universalium

  • cognate lithic fragment — GLOSSARY OF VOLCANIC TERMS Non vesiculated juvenile magmatic fragments that have silicified from the erupting magma (Cas and Wright, 1987, p. 54) …   Glossary of volcanic terms

  • vesicle — [ vɛsɪk(ə)l, vi: ] noun 1》 Anatomy & Zoology a small fluid filled sac or cyst within the body.     ↘Medicine a blister full of clear fluid. 2》 Botany an air filled swelling in a seaweed or other plant. 3》 Geology a small cavity in volcanic rock,… …   English new terms dictionary

  • vesiculate — adjective /vəˈsɪkjələt/ (say vuh sikyuhluht), / leɪt/ (say layt) 1. characterised by or covered with vesicles. 2. of the nature of a vesicle. –verb (vesiculated, vesiculating) –verb (i) /vəˈsɪkjəleɪt/ (say vuh sikyuhlayt) 3. to become vesiculate… …  

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