English to German Meaning :: dehydrate

Dehydrate :
entwässern
entwässern, dehydrieren, Wasser entziehen - entwässerndehydriertdehydratisiertEntwässern
 
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Verb(1) preserve by removing all water and liquids from(2) remove water from(3) lose water or moisture

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(1) the nurses made sure I didn't dehydrate(2) The goal here is essentially to dehydrate the vegetables and caramelize the outside at the same time.(3) If these minerals are heated, they will dehydrate and lose their water of hydration.(4) Coffee can also dehydrate you, so counter its effects by drinking water.(5) When my body can dehydrate and lose its water just like the land drying up.(6) Have a glass of water with your meals instead of caffeinated drinks like soda and coffee, which dehydrate the body.(7) He then used a vacuuming process to dehydrate this softened grain, leaving behind a thick, sweet goo.(8) 75 percent of Americans are chronically dehydrated - mainly because your body is low on water long before your thirst response alerts you.(9) When you're dehydrated , your skin is one of the first organs to show it.(10) Yes, if the athlete is dehydrated , any water will accomplish that, dumbo!(11) They also pack dehydrated foods like dried fruit and mashed potatoes.(12) At the far extreme of technology, meat is dehydrated by freeze-drying to provide lightweight military rations.(13) Use composite dressings cautiously if the patient is dehydrated or has fragile skin.(14) They were suffering from dehydration and were checked out by an ambulance crew but none required hospital treatment.(15) If you're dehydrated , your body may not recover as quickly after a workout (leaving you sore longer).(16) It is susceptible to noble rot or Botrytis (the fungus that attacks certain ripe grapes and dehydrates them so that they give wines of immense richness and sweetness).
Synonyms
Verb
3. desiccate ::
trocknen
4. dry up ::
Austrocknen
Antonyms
1. brace ::
Klammer
2. enliven ::
beleben
3. invigorate ::
beleben
4. quicken ::
beschleunigen
5. stimulate ::
stimulieren
6. vitalize ::
beleben
Different Forms
dehydrate, dehydrated, dehydrates, dehydrating
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