dehydrated dehydrated  /dɪ ˈhaɪd reɪ təd/


  1. (adj) suffering from excessive loss of water from the body
  2. (adj) preserved by removing natural moisture



  1. The resulting slurry will be pumped to the first-floor extractor, in which it is dehydrated and turned into a material resembling sawdust.
  2. Demerol can also cause a sudden stoppage of the heart in patients who are dehydrated.
  3. Here they were on the first floor of Mount Everest, and Erik--the reason for the whole trip--was stumbling into Camp 1 bloody, sick and dehydrated.


  1. Do drink the water

    Hydration test Experts say a number of clues reveal levels of hydration. If you're sleepy, achy or dizzy, you're likely to be dehydrated. Think about how much water you've had to drink in the last 24 hours.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Norwalk Citizen

  2. Higher temperatures lead firefighters to take extra precautions

    Fire officials said their biggest concern this time of year is not letting their crew get over-heated and dehydrated.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: WKRN Nashville

  3. Merriman: I was dehydrated; OD rumors absurd

    Merriman: I was dehydrated; OD rumors absurd
    on June 10, 2013     Source: CBS Sports


  1. "Before the race, the nurse said she was going to buy us a couple of hours and we got three hours out of it. We still had to go out there and try," Stewart said. "I felt nauseated and I was dehydrated. They ended up putting five IV fluids in...
    on Jul 6, 2008 By: Tony Stewart Source: USA Today

  2. "When we got to the hospital a room was ready," Mitch Winehouse tells the newspaper. "Several doctors came in and checked to make sure she didn't need any emergency treatment. They put her on a drip straight away because she was dehydrated....
    on Jun 22, 2008 By: Amy Winehouse Source: Hollyscoop

  3. "I just started feeling dizzy a little," said Ivanovic. "I think it's maybe humidity and I was probably dehydrated. Continued......
    on Nov 4, 2008 By: Ana Ivanovic Source: Reuters

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