distil definition

  • verb:
    • Subject a substance to distillation; .
    • Undergo or be produced by distillation.
    • Make by way of distillation, especially whisky.
    • Exude in small falls.
    • Impart in tiny quantities.
    • plant the essence of; focus; purify.
    • Trickle down or fall in little drops; ooze completely.
    • become manifested carefully or slowly.
    • Drip or perhaps wet with.
    • See distill.
    • go through condensation; differ from a gaseous to a liquid condition and fall in drops
    • give off (a liquid)
    • extract by the means of distillation
    • undergo the process of distillation
    • Subject a substance to distillation; .
    • Undergo or perhaps created by distillation.
    • Make in the form of distillation, specifically whisky.
    • Exude in little drops.
    • Impart in small volumes.
    • Extract the essence of; concentrate; purify.
    • Trickle down or fall-in little drops; ooze completely.
    • Be manifested carefully or gradually.
    • Drip or perhaps wet with.
    • See distill.
    • undergo condensation; change from a gaseous to a liquid condition and fall in falls
    • give off (a liquid)
    • plant by the means of distillation
    • undergo the process of distillation
    • Subject a substance to distillation; .
    • Undergo or be created by distillation.
    • Make by way of distillation, specifically whisky.
    • Exude in tiny drops.
    • Impart in small volumes.
    • Extract the essence of; focus; purify.
    • trickle-down or fall in small falls; ooze down.
    • Be manifested carefully or gradually.
    • Drip or be damp with.
    • See distill.
    • go through condensation; differ from a gaseous to a liquid state and fall-in drops
    • give off (a liquid)
    • plant because of the procedure for distillation
    • undergo the entire process of distillation
  • others:
    • To drop; fall in drops.
    • To move in a tiny stream; trickle.
    • to utilize a still; practise distillation.
    • to allow fall in falls; dispense by falls; thus, to lose or share in tiny portions or degrees.
    • To at the mercy of the entire process of distillation; rectify; purify: because, to distil water.
    • To obtain or extract because of the means of distillation: as, to distil brandy from wine; to distil whisky.
    • To use as a basis of distillation; extract the nature or essence from: as, to distil grain or plants.
    • To dissolve or melt.
    • To drop; fall in drops.
    • To flow in a little flow; trickle.
    • to make use of a still; practise distillation.
    • to allow fall-in falls; dispense by falls; for this reason, to drop or give in small portions or degrees.
    • To at the mercy of the process of distillation; rectify; cleanse: because, to distil liquid.
    • to get or draw out by the process of distillation: since, to distil brandy from wine; to distil whisky.
    • To use as a basis of distillation; draw out the character or essence from: as, to distil whole grain or flowers.
    • To dissolve or melt.
    • To drop; fall-in falls.
    • To flow in a little stream; trickle.
    • to make use of a still; practise distillation.
    • to allow fall-in drops; dispense by drops; thus, to drop or give in tiny portions or levels.
    • To at the mercy of the process of distillation; rectify; cleanse: since, to distil water.
    • To obtain or draw out by the process of distillation: since, to distil brandy from wine; to distil whisky.
    • to utilize as a basis of distillation; draw out the nature or essence from: as, to distil whole grain or plants.
    • To dissolve or melt.

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