Definition of 'dehydrate'
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Example sentences containing 'dehydrate'
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You know, like, drink plenty of water and be careful you don't dehydrate. AFTERMATH (2001)`We'll survive provided we don't move in the sun and there's no wind from Algeria to dehydrate us. SKORPION'S DEATH (2001)
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Translations for 'dehydrate'
British English: dehydrate VERB
When something such as food is dehydrated, all the water is removed from it, often in order to preserve it.
Normally specimens have to be dehydrated.
Definition of dehydrate from the Collins English Dictionary
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