maglaho, matuyo, mawala, pasingawin, patuyuin, sumingaw, magpatuyo, magpasingaw
Verb(1) lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more concentrated residue(2) cause to change into a vapor(3) change into a vapor(4) become less intense and fade away gradually
(1) Because of their heavier weight, heavy water molecules evaporate less readily than light water molecules.(2) If it is too hot, the liquid will evaporate not absorb.(3) this gets the oil hot enough to evaporate any moisture(4) The railways might, in the words of Cabinet colleague Charles Clarke, ├ö├ç├┐make or break├ö├ç├û him but they could also see Labour support among the travelling middle classes evaporate .(5) In this case, the liquid will eventually evaporate completely.(6) 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.(7) Urey's approach was to collect a large volume of liquid hydrogen and then to allow that liquid to evaporate very slowly.(8) The good will that existed in the wake of a closely fought contest seems to evaporate .(9) My point is that it bothers me that so many things we were assured of before and during the war seem to evaporate in its wake.(10) In this case, the liquid or solid will eventually evaporate or sublimate completely.(11) It turns out that all liquids can evaporate at room temperature and normal air pressure.(12) But when the President cut his losses and made it clear that even he no longer supported the mission, public resolve evaporated .(13) In the past, the police have often arrested or interrogated suspects in major criminal cases - cases that then evaporated without explanation.(14) The solvent was then evaporated to dryness under reduced pressure at 35 deg C.(15) As Americans confront the evaporation of their dreams, they are beginning to look at where their jobs have gone.(16) The liquid evaporates in the heat pipe's evaporation section.
(1) evaporate :: sumingaw
1. vaporize ::
2. dry out ::
3. end ::
4. vaporise ::
5. melt ::
1. appear ::
2. materialize ::
Different Formsevaporate, evaporated, evaporates, evaporating
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