Link to this page verb-transitive: to help make smooth by soaking or steeping in a liquid. to split up into constituents by soaking. resulting in in order to become lean, usually by hunger; emaciate. In order to make slim; to cause to waste away. To subdue the appetites of by poor and scanty diet; to mortify. To soften by steeping in a liquid, with or without heat; to wear away or separate the elements of by steeping. View More verb-intransitive: To Be smooth or sectioned off into constituents by soaking: "Their winemaker allowed the juice and skins for the white red grapes to macerate together overnight before pushing” ( Gerald Asher). noun: A substance prepared or from macerating. View More verb: To soften (something) or split (some thing) into pieces by soaking (it) in a heated or unheated fluid. to produce lean; to cause to waste away. To subdue the desire for food by bad or scanty diet; to mortify. become soft or separate and disintegrate as a consequence of exorbitant soaking separate into constituents by soaking cause to develop slim or poor soften, usually by steeping in liquid, and trigger to disintegrate because of this View More others: To steep or soak nearly to option; soften and split up the parts of by steeping in a fluid, typically without heat, or because of the digestion procedure: as, to maceratc a plant when it comes to removal of the medicinal properties; food is macerated when you look at the tummy. to produce slim; cause to cultivate lean or even waste away. To harass or mortify; stress; annoy. View More Related Sources Definition for "macerate" to help make smooth by soaking or steeping… View More Sentence for "macerate" For another take on maceration, Jeff… View More Synonym for "macerate" Verb Forms for "macerate" Hypernym for "macerate" Medical Dictionary for "macerate"