evaporated : Definition, Usages, News and More

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i va puh ray tuhd

  • v  lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more concentrated residue
  • v  cause to change into a vapor
    The chemist evaporated the water
  • v  change into a vapor
    The water evaporated in front of our eyes
  • v  become less intense and fade away gradually
    her hopes evaporated after years of waiting for her fiance
  • s  drawn off in the form of vapor
    evaporated molecules boil off

  • That same year, David Dinkins' 18-point lead in New York City's mayoral race evaporated in the voting booths, though he still eked out a nail-biter over Rudy Giuliani.
  • That Allen keeps making films is seen by many as an act of will, almost defiance, by a man whose genius evaporated some time in the late '80s.
  • In one fiery instant, the nation's complacent attitude toward manned space flight had evaporated at the incredible sight in the skies over Cape Canaveral.
News & Articles

  • Local ice cream co. serving up scoops at Arts Fest
    The Boston-based ice cream company was started by two women who wanted to create ice cream made with whole ingredients — nothing artificial or hard to pronounce. All seven flavors batch offers features a short list of ingredients that you’d actually recognize, such as fresh cream, eggs, organic evaporated cane juice (real, not refined, sugar), handmade caramel and actual vanilla beans. What’s ...
    June 14, 2013 - Cohasset Mariner
  • Decorum Is Dead: Nine Examples of Baseball Fans Going Mad Over Flying Objects
    It’s unclear when, exactly, common decency disappeared from our stadiums. It may have vanished long ago and we simply lacked the Twitter and Vine and Internet and depraved voyeuristic sensibility necessary to notice it. In any case, it’s gone. Evaporated.
    June 13, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
  • Stocks Smacked Again: Yen Stronger, Dollar Down With Central Banks In Focus
    Equities skidded to a third straight day of losses in New York Wednesday after early gains evaporated. A week light on economic data and smack in the barren desert of corporate reports between earnings seasons has proven to be tough sledding for a market left to stew on whether central banks like the Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan will add more fuel to the fire or turn down the flame.
    June 12, 2013 - Forbes

  • Michael Chertoff in International Herald Tribune
    The threat of terrorism and the threat of extremist ideologies has not abated,Chertoff said in his year-end address on Dec. 18. "This threat has not evaporated, and we can't turn the page on it."
  • John Boehner in The Miami Herald
    There were a dozen members who we thought ...... we had a really good chances of getting on the floor,said Minority Leader John Boehner of Ohio. "And all that evaporated with that speech."
  • Sir Alex Ferguson in BusinessWeek
    It was always going to be hard for Wigan to get something,Ferguson said. "When we heard they were down to 10 men all our hopes evaporated. But we applaud Chelsea winning the title and I applaud Carlo Ancelotti. We know how hard it is to...

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