evaporate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To convert or turn into a vapor.
    • to-draw down in the shape of vapor.
    • To draw dampness from, as by home heating, making only the dry solid portion.
    • To deposit (a metal) on a substrate by vacuum sublimation.
    • to transform from a liquid or solid state into vapor (usually) because of the agency of heat; to dissipate in vapor or fumes.
    • To expel dampness from (usually in the form of synthetic heat), leaving the solid section; to at the mercy of evaporation.
    • to provide vent to; to dissipate.
    • To convert or turn into a vapor.
    • To draw off in the shape of vapor.
    • to attract dampness from, as by home heating, leaving only the dry solid part.
    • To deposit (a metal) on a substrate by machine sublimation.
    • To convert from a liquid or solid-state into vapor (usually) by the company of heat; to dissipate in vapor or fumes.
    • To expel moisture from (usually in the form of artificial temperature), making the solid part; to at the mercy of evaporation.
    • to provide vent to; to dissipate.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to improve into vapor.
    • to pass through down in or as vapor.
    • to make vapor.
    • To disappear completely; vanish: Our fears eventually evaporated. See Synonyms at vanish.
    • to pass through down in vapor, as a fluid; to escape and be dissipated, either in noticeable vapor, or perhaps in particles too small is visible.
    • to flee or pass off without impact; becoming dissipated; becoming lost, .
    • to alter into vapor.
    • to pass through off in or as vapor.
    • to make vapor.
    • To go away completely; vanish: Our concerns at last evaporated. See Synonyms at disappear.
    • to pass through off in vapor, as a fluid; to flee and become dissipated, in a choice of visible vapor, or in particles too small to be visible.
    • to flee or pass down without effect; to be dissipated; becoming wasted, .
  • verb:
    • To transition from a liquid state into a gaseous state.
    • To fade
    • become less intense and disappear gradually
    • change into a vapor
    • cause to change into a vapor
    • shed or cause to get rid of fluid by vaporization leaving a far more concentrated residue
    • To transition from a liquid state into a gaseous condition.
    • To go away completely
    • come to be less intense and disappear slowly
    • turn into a vapor
    • cause to change into a vapor
    • drop or cause to lose liquid by vaporization making an even more concentrated residue
  • adjective:
    • Dispersed in vapors.
    • Dispersed in vapors.
  • others:
    • To pass off in vapor, as a fluid; escape and stay dissipated in vapor, either noticeable or invisible; exhale.
    • Figuratively, to escape or pass down without impact; be dissipated; be squandered: as, fury that evaporates in words; the character of a writer frequently evaporates in a translation.
    • To convert or solve into vapor; dissipate in fumes or vapor; convert from a great or fluid condition into a gaseous condition; vaporize: as, heat evaporates water.
    • Figuratively, to waste; dissipate.
    • Dispersed in vapors.
    • to pass through down in vapor, as a fluid; escape and stay dissipated in vapor, either visible or hidden; exhale.
    • Figuratively, to flee or pass down without impact; be dissipated; be lost: as, fury that evaporates in terms; the nature of a writer often evaporates in a translation.
    • to transform or solve into vapor; dissipate in fumes or steam; convert from a great or fluid condition into a gaseous condition; vaporize: as, heat evaporates liquid.
    • Figuratively, to waste; dissipate.
    • Dispersed in vapors.

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