Distill

• (n. & v) To drop; to fall in drops; to trickle. • (n. & v) To flow gently, or in a small stream. • (n. & v) To practice the art of distillation. • (v. t.) To let fall or send down in drops. • (v. t.) To dissolve or melt. • (v. t.) To subject to distillation; as, to distill molasses in making rum; to distill barley, r...
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distill

verb extract by the process of distillation; `distill the essence of this compound`
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distill

distil verb give off (a liquid); `The doctor distilled a few drops of disinfectant onto the wound`
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Distill

Dis·till' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Distilled ; present participle & verbal noun Distilling .] [ French distiller , from Latin destillare , destillatum ; de + stillare to drop, ...
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Distill

Dis·till' transitive verb 1. To let fall or send down in drops. « Or o'er the glebe distill the kindly rain.» Pope. « The dew which on the tender grass The evening had distilled Drayton. 2. To obtain by distillation; to extr...
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distill

remove impurities from and increase the concentration of
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distill

To extract a substance by distillation. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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distill

Type: Term Pronunciation: dis-til′ Definitions: 1. To extract a substance by distillation.
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distill

undergo condensation
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distill

[v] - extract by the process of distillation 2. [v] - undergo the process of distillation 3. [v] - give off (a liquid)
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