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Synonyms for evaporate

Synonyms for evaporate

to pass off as vapor, especially when heated

Synonyms

to pass out of sight either gradually or suddenly

Synonyms for evaporate

lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more concentrated residue

cause to change into a vapor

change into a vapor

become less intense and fade away gradually

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Now we're using space-age lead calcium alloys to resist corrosion and an improved system to collect and return evaporating fluids.
It was travelling some 400 miles per second and made it to within 62,000 miles of the sun's surface before evaporating.
This would also explain how it penetrated so deeply into the chromosphere, surviving the strong solar wind as well as the extreme temperatures, before evaporating.
If you keep heating water at this temperature, it just keeps evaporating.
According to their model, the pressure from the liquid eventually becomes so great that it breaks through the dam and gushes onto the surface with enough force and volume to create gullies before freezing and evaporating.
When turned on, the monitors' heat caused the compound--which is not bound to the plastic--to start evaporating.
To forecast hurricanes, meteorologists study wind patterns and track areas of low pressure (regions with warm evaporating air) across the Atlantic.
Oily, semivolatile pollutants can spend years leapfrogging around the globe, by repeatedly evaporating and settling, until they reach cold climes and can't re-evaporate (SN: 3/16/96, p.
So the combo of greenhouse gases and evaporating ocean water could spell harmful global warming.
Decomposition products from the evaporating foam are captured and cleanly incinerated.
In large doses, the chemical can cause illness and death, and it has caused the death of condors that follow the rising scent of the evaporating liquid to its source.
These new coils are able to decrease the condensing temperature to 96 or 97 degrees at an outdoor air temperature of 82 degrees while increasing the evaporating temperature to 50 degrees with an indoor temperature of 80 degrees with 67 degrees wet bulb.
Dispute: Halogen lightbulbs last longer than ordinary lightbulbs In all lightbulbs, the tungsten that makes up the glowing filament wire gradually evaporates, so the wire thins and the bulb burns out Halogen lightbulbs are filled with a gas of either iodine or bromine The force of the gas keeps the tungsten in a halogen bulb from evaporating as quickly.