Definition of Rehydrating

1. Verb. (present participle of rehydrate) ¹



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Definition of Rehydrating

1. rehydrate [v] - See also: rehydrate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rehydrating

rehouse
rehoused
rehouses
rehousing
rehs
rehumanize
rehumanized
rehumanizes
rehumanizing
rehung
rehybridization
rehydratable
rehydrate
rehydrated
rehydrates
rehydrating (current term)
rehydration
rehydration solutions
rehydrations
rehydrator
rehydrators
rehydrogenation
rehyphenate
rehyphenated
rehyphenates
rehyphenating
rehypnotize
rehypnotized
rehypnotizes
rehypnotizing

Literary usage of Rehydrating

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1. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1886)
"This assumption is all the more justifiable, as pepsine can be retrans- formed into albumen by rehydrating substances. It was believed for a long time that ..."

2. The Navy Seal Nutrition Guide by Patricia A. Deuster (1994)
"... Ice Cream 1.6 cups Spaghetti and Other Pasta, cooked 1.4 cups Yogurt, nonfat plain 2.9 cups Rehydration Begin rehydrating immediately after the mission. ..."

3. A Text-book of Inorganic Chemistry by George Samuel Newth (1902)
"At a dull red heat it loses water, and is converted into the oxide, and the magnesia so obtained has the property of rehydrating itself in contact with ..."

4. A Text-book of inorganic chemistry by George Samuel Newth (1900)
"... and is converted into the oxide, and the magnesia so obtained has the property of rehydrating itself in contact with water, with evolution of heat. ..."

5. A Text-book of Inorganic Chemistry by George S. Newth (1903)
"... property of rehydrating itself in contact « ' water, with evolution of heat. Magnesium hydroxide slowly absorbs carbon dioxide, fonr'•. the carbonate ..."

6. A Text-book of Inorganic Chemistry by George S. Newth (1905)
"At a dull red heat it loses water, and is converted into the oxide, and the magnesia so obtained has the property of rehydrating itself in contact with ..."

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