Definitions for "Impregnation"
Intimate mixture; infusion; saturation.
Encapsulation process, of protective material injected into all spaces or voids between components.
The treatment of defective castings with a sealing medium to stop pressure leaks in porous areas. Mediums used include silicate of soda, drying oils with or without styrenes, plastics and proprietary compounds.
The act of impregnating or the state of being impregnated; fecundation.
The fusion of a female germ cell (ovum) with a male germ cell (in animals, a spermatozoön) to form a single new cell endowed with the power of developing into a new individual; fertilization; fecundation.
The uniting of the male semen with the female ovum and onset of pregnancy
The absorption of an impregnating agent into paper; in pulping, wood chips are impregnated with cooking liquor; timber is impregnated with preservative
Process of distributing cooking chemicals through the wood chips by the mechanism of penetration and diffusion.
An ore deposit, with indefinite boundaries, consisting of rock impregnated with ore.
material with which something is impregnated; "the impregnation, whatever it was, had turned the rock blue"
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That with which anything is impregnated.