distil distil  /dɪs ˈtɪl/


  1. (v) undergo condensation; change from a gaseous to a liquid state and fall in drops
  2. (v) extract by the process of distillation
  3. (v) undergo the process of distillation
  4. (v) give off (a liquid)



  • SPELLBOUNDThe dark fascinations of hate distil a murder.


  1. New products: Snooze dock lets you catch extra Zs

    You're probably not in the greatest mood when you're in a deep slumber and your morning alarm goes off. Maybe you just want to slap the alarm clock. You can do just that, thanks to the Snooze from Distil Union.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette

  2. Dyn's Thought Leader Council Continues to Grow

    Red Hat, Distil Networks, SiteSpect & CatchPoint join 15-member feedback group. (PRWeb June 20, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10845856.htm
    on June 20, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. Ms Hughes said: "The centre will strengthen our capacity to distil the key messages from research and practice, helping local areas to deliver sustained improvements in our communities and close the inequality gap between the most disadvantaged and...
    on Jul 9, 2008 By: Beverley Hughes Source: Grimsby Evening Telegraph

  2. "We have to act while we can, not wait until the prejudices and the urge to vigilantism distil into unmanageable social phenomena," Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany, 47, wrote on his Web site. "We have to act against violence most decisively."
    on Feb 11, 2009 By: Ferenc Gyurcsany Source: Bloomberg

  3. "Fable II must have been one of the hardest games to review. The world is so big and the story and gameplay are enormous. How reviewers manage to distil such an experience into a few pages is incredible," Peter Molyneux told CVG this morning....
    on Oct 22, 2008 By: Peter Molyneux Source: CVG Online

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