boil off


boil off
1) выпариваться; 2) выпаривать
выпариваться
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English-Russian dictionary of chemistre. 2014.

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  • boil-off — noun ( s) Etymology: boil off : the process of removing impurities (as size or gum) by boiling fabrics in a scouring solution * * * /boyl awf , of /, n. 1. Rocketry. any vapor loss from the oxidizer or fuel in a rocket during countdown. 2. Also… …   Useful english dictionary

  • boil off — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ transitive verb 1. : to degum (silk) by boiling 2. : to remove (gum, sizing, wax, dye) from fabric by boiling in a solution * * * boil off To remove (impurities, etc) by boiling • • • …   Useful english dictionary

  • boil-off — /boyl awf , of /, n. 1. Rocketry. any vapor loss from the oxidizer or fuel in a rocket during countdown. 2. Also called boiling off /boy ling awf , of /. Textiles. a. the process of degumming silk. b. the process of removing sizing, wax,… …   Universalium

  • boil off — verb a) to remove by boiling cooking it will boil off the vodka. b) to be removes by boiling Some of the salt will rise up with the vapors, but most of it will be left in the pan when the water has boiled off …   Wiktionary

  • off the boil — Brit informal : into a state that is less good than before After two hit singles, the band went off the boil. [=the band was not as successful] • • • Main Entry: ↑boil * * * off the ˈboil idiom (BrE) less good than before …   Useful english dictionary

  • boil — boil1 /boyl/, v.i. 1. to change from a liquid to a gaseous state, producing bubbles of gas that rise to the surface of the liquid, agitating it as they rise. 2. to reach or be brought to the boiling point: When the water boils, add the meat and… …   Universalium

  • boil out — transitive verb : to boil off …   Useful english dictionary

  • boil — Ⅰ. boil [1] ► VERB 1) (with reference to a liquid) reach or cause to reach the temperature at which it bubbles and turns to vapour. 2) (with reference to food) cook or be cooked by immersing in boiling water. 3) seethe like boiling liquid. 4)… …   English terms dictionary

  • boil — boil1 S3 [bɔıl] v [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: boillir, from Latin bullire, from bulla bubble ] 1.) [I and T] when a liquid boils, or when you boil it, it becomes hot enough to turn into gas boil at ▪ The solution boiled at 57.4°C. ▪… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • boil — I UK [bɔɪl] / US verb Word forms boil : present tense I/you/we/they boil he/she/it boils present participle boiling past tense boiled past participle boiled * 1) a) [intransitive/transitive] if a liquid boils, or if you boil it, it becomes so hot …   English dictionary

  • boil up phrasal — verb 1 (I) if a situation or emotion boils up, it reaches a dangerous level: She could sense that trouble was boiling up at work. 2 (transitive boil something up) to heat food or a liquid until it begins to boil: Boil the fruit up with sugar. 2… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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