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Synonyms for water

liquid

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get wet

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  • get wet
  • cry
  • weep
  • become wet
  • exude water

hold water

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in hot water

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  • in trouble
  • in a mess

pour cold water on or over something

water something down

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to lessen the strength of by or as if by admixture

to fill with tears

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once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe (Empedocles)

a liquid necessary for the life of most animals and plants

supply with water, as with channels or ditches or streams

provide with water

secrete or form water, as tears or saliva

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fill with tears

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The bound water adsorption is caused by the tightly bound water molecules on PETG2000 via electrostatic interaction with hydrophilic group -C[H.
This behaviour may reflect that their soil had presumably less bound water (as indicated by Fig.
Residual water after desorption may be caused by the presence of tightly bound water, which needs a higher temperature to remove.
In essence, at subzero temperatures the water vapor pressure in cell lumina must be lower than that of bound water in the cell walls.
The amount of residual moisture in wood fibers as a function of temperature was investigated using TGA to gain a fundamental understanding of the devolatilization mechanisms of the free water, the bound water, and the water of constitution.
The result indicates that even in 60 percent MC, the limiting factor for boron diffusion across the grain should be the rate of boron diffusion in bound water, not in free water.
The patented Magnetic Resonance Imaging Logging ("MRIL") tool makes previously unobtainable, real-time measurements of free and bound water, permeability and fluid viscosity by applying the concepts of MRI used commonly in the medical field.
NUMAR has no current competitor for its patented Magnetic Resonance Imaging Logging ("MRIL(R)") tool which makes previously unobtainable, real-time measurements of free and bound water, permeability and fluid viscosity by applying the concepts of MRI used commonly in the medical field.
Supplies Valu-Fil gypsum, a filler that acts as a flame retardant by releasing bound water at temperatures above 230 F.
NUMAR designs, manufactures, and markets worldwide its patented Magnetic Resonance Imaging Logging ("MRIL(R)") tool which makes previously unobtainable, real-time measurements of free and bound water, permeability and fluid viscosity by applying the concepts of MRI used commonly in the medical field.
While the company's standard Firebrake ZB grade releases its bound water at around 550 F, this newer version is stable at almost 780 F (PT, July '92, p.
Supplies Valu-Fil brand gypsum, a filler that acts as a flame retardant by releasing bound water at temperatures above 230 F.
Borax's standard Firebrake ZB grade releases its bound water at around 550 F, a brand-new version, Firebrake 415, is stable to almost 780 F.
NUMAR has no current competitor for its patented Magnetic Resonance Imaging Logging ("MRIL(R)") tool which makes previously unobtainable, real-time measurements of free and bound water permeability and fluid viscosity by applying the concepts of MRI used commonly in the medical field.
Most of the originally bound water molecules are still seen, which is critical in determining whether or not part of the protein surface can bind organic molecules.