In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- As the humid outdoor air enters the walls and encounters cooler wall cavities, it condenses into liquid water.
- In this situation however an equilibrium will be reached between the number of molecules evaporating and the number of molecules condensing back into the liquid phase.
- Care had to be taken to prevent warm air from contacting the slide during all transfers because water condensed on the cold tissue and provided a path for glucose migration.
- Interior water vapor can also move into the attic space and condense on the gable ends, causing paint peeling there.
- The worm was a coil that was immersed into cold water and it was there that the alcohol vapour condensed into liquid.
- LNG is simply natural gas which has been cooled so that it condenses into a liquid.
- It is almost as if it has condensed on the morning sun as well.
- The storms act as a pump, moving warm, moist air into the atmosphere, where it condenses into liquid water or ice and eventually falls back to Earth.
- The researchers believe that the spherules formed as the plume of vaporized rock cooled, condensing as liquefied droplets.
- Air rising to pass over the mountains cools and the water vapour condenses into cloud, rain and, if it is cold enough, snow.
- Then, while still contracting, the star cools through yellow and red-hot, and the protyle condenses into progressively heavier elements.
- Dew condensed on the windshield of the pick-up.
- What results is a super-saturated vapour, which cools to near ambient temperatures in a few milliseconds and condenses into the aerosol particles that make up the smoke.
- Fog forms when the air cools to a point at which water vapor in it begins to condense into tiny water droplets.
- When water vapour condenses, it generates precipitation and heats the air in ways that influence downwind ecosystems, as described later.
- When the air condenses into small, lumpy, low pockets of cloud, this is cumulus.
- The male sperm reaches the female egg by swimming through the dew which has condensed on the moss's surface.
- The moisture in the air condenses into droplets as it passes over the cold surfaces in the dehumidifier and into a container.
- As the air rises it cools and the moisture contained within it condenses into clouds and eventually it rains.
- This creates enough pressure to force the ammonia vapour into another vessel, where it condenses into a liquid.
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- It might be that some books can't be condensed into two hour films with total success.
- This is condensed from an essay Siegel wrote for the New York Observer.
- Of course, it'll take one hell of a writer to be able to pull of the job of condensing that much material.
- The first half is pretty faithful to the book; the rest is much more rushed and condensed.
- One of Rivera's greatest gifts was his ability to condense a complex historical subject down to its most essential parts.
- The core idea of the Truman Doctrine, which I have italicized above, eventually condensed into one word: containment.
- True, some of this material could have been condensed.
- The wordy script, condensed from a hefty novel, never flags due to solid acting from the central characters.
- The sample guide included here has been condensed to conserve space.
- The bigger the message and the greater its urgency, the easier it is to condense and simplify words and sentences.
- Knowledge of the Vedas has been condensed into 555 short lines.
- All three are examples of great learning condensed into an accessible form.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.