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vaporize in Physics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvaporizeva‧por‧ize (also vaporise British English) /ˈveɪpəraɪz/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  HPto change into a vapour, or to make something, especially a liquid, do this→ See Verb table
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vaporizeThe fire was so hot that water from the fire hoses vaporized.But where the lava erupted, whole communities have been vaporized.Then, just as suddenly, that unity vaporized.What he really felt was that Liam Shakespeare had been vaporized.But even vaporized as the bond market is, it holds tremendous sway over our times.Some would never appear, vaporized, lost for ever, having ceased to exist.A collision would vaporize the oceans and raise atmospheric temperatures to 3000°F.Competition will produce jobs instead of vaporizing them, according to this view.