decant decant  /də ˈkænt/

Definition(s):

  • (v) pour out

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Usage(s):

  1. Dinner parties decant into hushed television rooms, as if tanks were rumbling across borders.
  2. The idea was to decant economic development westward from the coastal areas--and to stanch the constant, eastward flow of rural migrants.
  3. He's the kind of guy, he lets us know while not really boasting, who can decant wine, went to Oxford, dresses in Helmut Lang and agnes b.

News

  1. Crash closes State Rt. 2 for 2 hours

    State Rt. 2 was closed more than two hours in Jerusalem Township after a collision Sunday at South Decant Road damaged a utility pole.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Toledo Blade

  2. State Rt. 2 reopens in Jerusalem Twp.

    State Rt. 2 was closed for more than two hours in Jerusalem Township after a traffic collision at the South Decant Road intersection damaged a utility pole.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: The Toledo Blade

Quotes

  • "Yes, you are allowed to bring 'sensible quantities' of booze to Regents Park tomorrow as long as it's not in glass containers," says Melanie Brown. "Just decant your gin into your hipflask/Thermos beforehand and you'll be fine."
    on Aug 22, 2009 By: Melanie Brown Source: guardian.co.uk

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