Definition of 'condensation'
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Do steam and condensation mean this room is void of art? Times, Sunday Times (2016)This helps stop condensation forming. The Sun (2016)High above them he saw a thin streak of a condensation trail in the upper atmosphere. BomberLeave room around the eaves for ventilation or condensation can form. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is now causing condensation to form on the inside of the windscreen. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He rebelled against pure form and condensation. Christianity Today (2000)Another is placing a cold lid above steam to capture condensation. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It also stops condensation on windows. The Sun (2012)This brought it low enough for condensation trails to form, although only for a minute. BomberRecently, cold weather caused condensation to form on the inside of the windows and the glass roof. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Warm air trapped inside the house meets cold walls, condensation forms and mould quickly spreads over wall and cupboard contents. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Try to avoid using a plastic covering overnight as condensation will form inside, which will then freeze and damage leaves. The Sun (2008)As you drive along a small patch of condensation forms on the outside of the windscreen, right in your line of sight. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This, incidentally, avoids condensation forming and dripping back into the pan. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He went on: 'The other day we were in the car and there was condensation on the windows and they were writing their names in it. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'condensation'
British English: condensation /ˌkɒndɛnˈseɪʃən/ NOUN
Condensation consists of small drops of water which form when warm water vapour or steam touches a cold surface such as a window.
He used his sleeve to wipe the condensation off the glass.
- American English: condensation
- Arabic: تَكْثِيف
- Brazilian Portuguese: condensação
- Chinese: 浓缩
- Croatian: kondenzacija
- Czech: kondenzace
- Danish: kondens
- Dutch: condensatie
- European Spanish: condensación
- Finnish: tiivistymä
- French: condensation
- German: Kondensation
- Greek: συμπύκνωση
- Italian: condensazione
- Japanese: 結露
- Korean: 응결
- Norwegian: kondensering
- Polish: kondensacja
- European Portuguese: condensação
- Romanian: condens
- Russian: конденсат
- Spanish: condensación
- Swedish: kondensering
- Thai: การควบแน่น
- Turkish: buğu
- Ukrainian: конденсат
- Vietnamese: sự ngưng tụ
Definition of condensation from the Collins English Dictionary
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