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Synonyms for evaporate

Synonyms for evaporate

to pass off as vapor, especially when heated


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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Methane tends to evaporate quickly, so scientists think the lakes must be dominated by methane's sister hydrocarbon ethane, which evaporates more slowly.
Children born to mothers who had used evaporate in pregnancy had an IQ that was seven to 10 points lower than children whose mothers had used one of three other epilepsy drugs, it found.
The thick, waxy skin of the cactus traps moisture inside so that it can't evaporate.
We decided the wet was mostly the result of rising damp from the ground which could not evaporate because of the covering.
Engaging the hand throttle to step one (lowest speed) ensures that the petrol is pumped at low speed and does not evaporate.
After two hours, we filter and wash the residue, then quickly evaporate the wash-water and filtrate on a water bath to a thick sirup.
Not that the problems will totally evaporate anytime soon, but the likes of Kase Lawal of CAMAC are showing that we are all up to the task--that African Americans, or continental Africans at home or abroad, can achieve whatever they put their minds to in the fast-evolving global village.
Ionic liquids are said to be attractive as solvents because they are not flammable, do not evaporate, and exhibit high thermal stability.
Our rights as citizens of this free society are about to evaporate.
As the temperature rises, the solvents evaporate, which allows the part 1 and part 2 to react more quickly, further decreasing the benchlife of the sand mix.
Labour will just have to sit it out and hope public support will evaporate.
The technology obtained its name "Evaporating Resource Locator" by having content servers create temporary links that when connected to by a user, evaporate, thereby protecting the server from being hacked into and content from being illegally downloaded.
Meat browns quickly if there is enough heat and if the pan isn't too crowded for the juices to evaporate.
A large tree can evaporate about 100 gallons of water a day, creating in hot and dry climates the equivalent of five air conditioners running for 20 hours.