Reject

Raw water (or liquid) that does not pass through the membrane barrier. The concentrate stream contains higher total dissolved solids or suspended solids than the feed stream

reject

[v] - refuse entrance or membership 2. [v] - reject with contempt 3. [v] - refuse to accept or acknowledge
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Reject

Materials that do not come up to the required standard, for example, 'reject engineering brick'.
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Reject

Materials that do not come up to the required standard, for example, 'reject engineering brick'.
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Reject

Re┬Ěject' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Rejected ; present participle & verbal noun Rejecting .] [ Latin rejectus , past participle of reicere , rejicere ; prefix re- re- + jacere to t...
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reject

freeze off verb reject with contempt; `She spurned his advances`
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Reject

The failure of an action (i.e. amendment).
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Reject

Reject is British slang for useless, substandard, worthless.
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Reject

Reject is British slang for useless, substandard, worthless.
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