Definition of condensed in English:

condensed

Line breaks: con|densed
Pronunciation: /kənˈdɛnst
 
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adjective

  • 1Made denser or more concise; compressed or concentrated: a condensed version of the report
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    • Limiting the number of series Vick will play will free him to be responsible for only a condensed version of the weekly game plan.
    • Song downloads will be limited to a catalogue of 500 mobile mixes, or condensed versions lasting 90 to 120 seconds.
    • In contrast, in Tap 42 mutant brains nearly all PH3-positive cells displayed highly condensed chromosomes.
  • 1.1(Of a liquid) thickened by heating to reduce the water content; concentrated: condensed soup
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    • Nestlé decided to close down its factory in Derbyshire in the wake of declining sales of condensed milk in the UK.
    • There they offered her tea in a china cup made with condensed milk.
    • They are hoping to be told Titan has an ocean of condensed gases.
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  • 2Changed from a gas or vapour to a liquid: droplets of condensed moisture
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    • Since the oils do not mix with water, they are easy to recover from the condensed liquid.
    • As masonry surfaces tend to chill and collect condensed moisture, painting early in the morning and late afternoon should be avoided except in dry climates.
    • Condensed water is called dew when it forms on a solid surface.

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