condense condense  /kən ˈdɛns/


  1. (v) undergo condensation; change from a gaseous to a liquid state and fall in drops
  2. (v) make more concise
  3. (v) remove water from
  4. (v) cause a gas or vapor to change into a liquid
  5. (v) become more compact or concentrated
  6. (v) develop due to condensation
  7. (v) compress or concentrate


  1. Boiling condensed milk in the can is the start of a great dessert.
  2. Many newspapers have recently condensed or eliminated printed stock listings in an effort to offset the rising cost of newsprint.
  3. Modern pastry chefs often twist and tweak a basic recipe: four egg yolks, a can of condensed milk and half a cup of bottled Key lime juice.


  • St. Julia Parish announces summer schedule

    St. Julia Parish, Lincoln/Weston, announces a change in our Mass schedule for the summer months. We will condense the two Sunday morning Masses in St. Julia Church, Weston, into one and celebrate it at 10 a.m. The summer schedule change will run from July 7 through Sept. 8. The Mass schedule for St. Joseph Church, Lincoln, will not change. Our weekday schedule will not change in either church.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Lincoln Journal


  1. "Running for office, you have to simplify or condense or put into pre-existing boxes who you are," Harris said, "so people will have a sense of you based on what they easily and quickly identify."
    on Jun 19, 2010 By: Kamala Harris Source: The Associated Press

  2. "You can't practice all day long," Nicklaus said last month at The Players Championship. "You condense what you do in a couple, three hours. You've got plenty of time for a family and plenty of time to play golf. That's not a big deal. Tiger...
    on Jun 19, 2007 By: Jack Nicklaus Source: Tampa Tribune

  3. "The offense struggled a little bit," said Spurrier. "We've probably got too many plays right now for our offensive guys. We seem confused at times. The defense looked good tonight and the offense looked disorganized. We'll hopefully condense...
    on Aug 14, 2009 By: Steve Spurrier Source: (registration)

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