- 1 uncountable/no numerable 1.1 (process) condensación (feminine)More example sentences1.2 (on windows etc) vapor (m), vaho (m)
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- If the air parcel is cooled, the gaseous water molecules slow down and take a liquid form, so condensation dominates.
- A gas changing to a liquid is condensation and a liquid changing to a solid is freezing.
- There was probably a lot of sulphur, sulphuric acid, a lot of carbonation and condensation, all very damaging to the concrete.
- Reduce the potential for condensation on cold surfaces by adding insulation.
- If the warm packages are handled with unsterile hands or placed on cold surfaces where condensation may form, the sterility of the package may be compromised.
- It can help to reduce building maintenance requirements by eliminating or drastically reducing condensation on the interior surfaces of windows, particularly in cold climates.
- 2 countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable (abridgment — process) condensación (f); (— abbreviated version) versión (f) condensadaMore example sentences
- We have one other major article, a condensation of a piece by Dave Snowden from the Journal of Knowledge Management.
- He has written about a hundred short stories, many articles, condensations of Ramayan and Mahabharat, Chalantika, a much-used Bengali dictionary and translated the Gita and Meghdoot.
- So I offer the following condensations on the basis that they'll either inspire trips to the bookshop, or save you the bother.
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