Adjective "Evaporated" definition and examples

(Evaporated may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ɪˈvapəreɪt/

Definitions and examples

verb

Turn from liquid into vapour.
  1. with object 'this gets the oil hot enough to evaporate any moisture'
  2. 'Maple sugar is made by evaporating the liquid from maple syrup.'
  3. 'Portions of the wick that are not evaporating the liquid fuel are themselves consumed in the flame, limiting the exposed length of the wick.'
  4. 'In this case, the liquid or solid will eventually evaporate or sublimate completely.'
  5. 'The process of evaporating the liquid to a gas absorbs heat, and condensing it back to a liquid releases it.'
  6. 'Similarly, when any liquid evaporates to a vapour the process demands heat.'
  7. 'Gas samples are injected directly into the column, but liquid samples are injected into a heating unit that evaporates liquid, which then enters the column as a vapor.'
  8. 'Check from time to time that the liquid has not completely evaporated - there should be just enough left to make a bit of a sauce with.'
  9. 'Urey's approach was to collect a large volume of liquid hydrogen and then to allow that liquid to evaporate very slowly.'
  10. 'The heat of vaporization is the heat that is absorbed to transform a substance from its liquid state to its vapor, that is, to boil or evaporate the liquid substance completely.'
  11. 'Because of their heavier weight, heavy water molecules evaporate less readily than light water molecules.'
  12. 'The solvent was evaporated to dryness by vortexing the mixture under a stream of argon.'
  13. 'The ethanolic solutions were combined and evaporated to dryness at 40°C with the aid of continuous ventilation.'
  14. 'The solvent was then evaporated to dryness under reduced pressure at 35 deg C.'
  15. 'I realized that at least an hour had evaporated in pleasant reminiscing.'
  16. 'I think that the body ceases and the soul, like I said, evaporates.'
  17. 'Ramirez smiled thankfully, some of his worries evaporating under the summary.'
  18. 'The generosity of spirit that had existed between my co-diners during our starters evaporated.'
  19. 'The goodwill and rapport that certainly existed before is simply evaporating.'
  20. 'The railways might, in the words of Cabinet colleague Charles Clarke, ‘make or break’ him but they could also see Labour support among the travelling middle classes evaporate.'
  21. 'Last July, when Pan went to withdraw some money from the bank, he was dumbfounded to find that all the money in his US and Hong Kong dollar accounts had evaporated.'
  22. 'When the accounting shenanigans were exposed, the company's credibility evaporated, as did its sources of credit and cash.'
  23. 'However, while he had some support going into Thursday's meeting, that has now largely evaporated in the wake of his comments about not acknowledging the vote.'

More definitions

1. to change from a liquid or solid state into vapor; pass off in vapor.Synonyms: vaporize.

2. to give off moisture.

3. to disappear; vanish; fade: His hopes evaporated.Synonyms: evanesce. verb (used with object), evaporated, evaporating.

4. to convert into a gaseous state or vapor; drive off or extract in the form of vapor: The warm sun evaporated the dew.

5. to extract moisture or liquid from, as by heat, so as to make dry or

More examples(as adjective)

"milks can be evaporated."

"weeks can be evaporated."

"takings can be evaporated."

"scents can be evaporated."

"rates can be evaporated."

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Origin

(evaporate)Late Middle English: from Latin evaporat- ‘changed into vapour’, from the verb evaporare, from e- (variant of ex-) ‘out of’ + vapor ‘steam, vapour’.