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condensate (v.)

1550s, "to make dense" (a sense now obsolete or rare), from condens-, past-participle stem of Latin condensare "to make dense" (see condense) + -ate (2). Intransitive meaning "to become dense" is from c. 1600.

updated on February 21, 2018

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Definitions of condensate from WordNet

condensate (n.)
a product of condensation;
condensate (n.)
atmospheric moisture that has condensed because of cold;
Synonyms: condensation
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