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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of polymerizing

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of polymerizing:
/pɑlɪmɹ̩ajzɪŋ/

Derived Form of polymerizing

verb
root word: polymerize
third person: polymerizes
past: polymerized
past participle: polymerized
present participle: polymerizing
Verb: polymerize
1
cause (a compound) to polymerize
Synonymspolymerising,
Type ofchanging integrity,
See alsopolymer, polymerization,
2
undergo polymerization
Synonymspolymerising,
Type ofchanging integrity,
Typescopolymerising, copolymerizing,
See alsopolymer, polymerization,

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  1. That is polymerizing very quickly.
  2. and it's polymerizing into a different substance.
  3. The bead is polymerizing as I clean the brush.
  4. is polymerizing and start connecting to one another.
  5. And whenever they start connecting to one another and polymerizing.
  6. And that's when it takes on that sickle shape because they start polymerizing to one another.
  7. polymerizing nucleotides. So in these same kinds of
  8. how fast they should be depolymerizing and polymerizing.
  9. showed that you could make sugars by polymerizing formaldehyde.
  10. if, for microtubules, if the proteins polymerizing and depolymerizing
  11. the truth of the matter is, when you're polymerizing DNA or RNA you
  12. of a DNA polymerase, it's polymerizing
  13. when you're polymerizing amino acids
  14. I am actually linking or polymerizing into forming a linear chain of the sugar phosphate
  15. formed by polymerizing nucleotides are - is this base
  16. chain that's formed by polymerizing these has a
  17. backbone that's shown by - that's formed by polymerizing
  18. position as you're going along and polymerizing a new molecule.
  19. polymerizing DNA.
  20. The glue starts immediately polymerizing,