Traducción de desalinate en Español:

desalinate

desalinizar, v.

(desalinize)

Pronunciación /diːˈsalɪneɪt//diˈsæləˌneɪt/

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    desalinizar
    desalar
    • Hopefully, the development of technology to desalinate water from the Mediterranean, will allow us to give more water back to the river itself.
    • Why, in all these years, have we not developed a way to desalinate our sea water, as, for example, they do in Dubai?
    • The power plant also produces some 200 million liters of clean water as a result of desalinating sea water, which is used as a coolant.
    • Apart from a tiny percentage of the world's population, who drink desalinated seawater, the only water we drink is rainwater.
    • Their goal is to sell desalinated ocean water to cities and developers.
    • One increasingly popular approach is to use desalinated water to supplement regular drinking water.
    • The disadvantage in desalinating seawater is that it is very energy hungry, and we find that the cost is at least double that of producing a very high quality from a municipal wastewater.
    • As the worst drought in a decade leaves millions short of water, a handful of officials and scientists are pushing plans to use nuclear power to desalinate seawater for drinking.
    • The facility's environmental features include solar powering, desalinating water tank, large windows for natural light, 'no-water' compost toilets and central breezeways to avoid the need for air conditioning.
    • Water is a precious commodity on the dry east Mediterranean island, which desalinates more than a fifth of its household needs from the sea.
    • They agreed to use nuclear technology to desalinate seawater or the conversion of seawater into fresh water, salt and electricity in Madura.
    • And probably we do drink desalinated water all the time in various forms while we don't pay attention to it.
    • If more countries could afford to desalinate sea water, for example, the problem would be solved.
    • Irrigation of the land with seawater desalinated by fusion power is ancient.
    • The proposed project will have a capacity to provide 300 million litres per day of desalinated water.
    • They argue that water needs could be met by dredging existing reservoirs, using water from nearby cities, or desalinating ocean water.
    • The two leaders agreed to work together in advancing techniques for desalinating seawater to cope with perennial water shortages in Saudi Arabia, the official said.
    • One of these patents has revolutionized the way we can better desalinate sea water for human consumption.
    • Alternative sources such as reclaimed wastewater and desalinated seawater are options in some locales.
    • Sea water may be desalinated if passed through sand, for the particles of sand obstruct the long, rigid particles of salt while letting water particles through.