hydrate

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To drink water
Water
A solid compound containing or linked to water molecules
To take up, consume or become linked to water

A lotion can hydrate the skin.

cause to be hydrated; add water or moisture to; "hydrate your skin"
A solid compound containing water molecules combined in a definite ratio as an integral part of the crystal
If a substance hydrates your skin, it makes it softer and less dry. After-sun products will cool and hydrate your skin. = moisturize. to supply someone or something with water to keep them healthy and in good condition   dehydrate. a chemical substance that contains water
become hydrated and combine with water
become hydrated and combine with water supply water or liquid to in order to maintain a healthy balance; "the bicyclists must be hydrated frequently
A substance which does not contain water as such, but has its constituents (hydrogen, oxygen, hydroxyl) so arranged that water may be eliminated; hence, a derivative of, or compound with, hydroxyl; hydroxide; as, ethyl hydrate, or common alcohol; calcium hydrate, or slaked lime
any compound that contains water of crystallization
{i} compound containing water combined with another compound or element (Chemistry)
supply water or liquid to in order to maintain a healthy balance; "the bicyclists must be hydrated frequently"
A hydrate is a chemical compound that contains water. aluminium hydrate
A compound formed by the union of molecules of water with other molecules or atoms Under certain conditions, natural gas may unite chemically with free water to form hydrates, a solid compound resembling packed snow, at temperatures above the freezing point of water
A compound formed by the union of water with some other substance, generally forming a neutral body, as certain crystallized salts
any compound that contains water of crystallization cause to be hydrated; add water or moisture to; "hydrate your skin"
To form into a hydrate; to combine with water
To add moisture to the skin
A solid compound containing water molecules combined in a definite ratio as an integral part of the crystal ADVANCE \x 540
{f} combine chemically with water (Chemistry)
A solid compound that contains a definite percentage of bound water
any compound that contains water of crystallization cause to be hydrated; add water or moisture to; "hydrate your skin" become hydrated and combine with water supply water or liquid to in order to maintain a healthy balance; "the bicyclists must be hydrated frequently
A compound involving water Clay is hydrate because there is water chemically combined in its crystals
to cause to take up water
Compound which contains water molecules as a part of its structure and composition
gas hydrate
a crystalline compound having an isometric ice lattice containing cages that incorporate small guest gas molecules; they are stable at moderate pressure and low temperature
hydrated
Simple past tense and past participle of hydrate

We took the powdered milk and hydrated it until it was drinkable.

hydration
the chemical reaction by which a substance (such as cement) combines with water, giving off heat to form a crystalline structure in its setting and hardening
hydration
the process of providing an adequate amount of water to body tissues
methane hydrate
A gas hydrate that contains methane as the guest molecule; It occurs both in deep sedimentary structures, and as outcrops on the ocean floor
hydrated
Chemically combined with water, especially existing in the form of a hydrate
chloral hydrate
A colorless crystalline compound, CCl, used medicinally as a sedative and hypnotic
chloral hydrate
a colorless crystalline drug used as a sedative; irritates the stomach and can be addictive
hydrated
Chemically combined with water, especially existing in the form of a Hydrate ADVANCE \x 540
hydrated
containing combined water (especially water of crystallization as in a hydrate)
hydrated
Formed into a hydrate; combined with water
hydrated
A dry chemical that is combined with water in its crystal structure Hydrated products are more stable and safer to use than anhydrous products
hydrated
past of hydrate
hydrated
Combined chemically with water
hydrated
(adjective) Contains water A solid compound in crystalline form that contains water molecules is called a "hydrate"
hydrates
plural of hydrate
hydrates
third-person singular of water
hydrating
present participle of hydrate
hydration
the chemical reaction by which a substance (such as Portland cement) combines with water, giving off heat to form a crystalline structure in its setting and hardening
hydration
the absorption of or combination with water
hydration
The addition of water into the chemical composition of a mineral
hydration
The reaction of cement with water to form a chemical compound
hydration
the chemical combination of water with other substances Water becomes part of the resulting chemical compound
hydration
the process of combining with water; usually reversible
hydration
Combining with water
hydration
The act of becoming, or state of being, a hydrate
hydration
the incorporation of water molecules into a complex with those of another compound
hydration
The chemical union of a compound with water
hydration
Chemical or physical reaction to combine with or take up water
hydration
A form of chemical weathering that involves the rigid attachment of H+ and OH- ions to the atoms and molecules of a mineral
hydration
the addition of water; the replacement of body fluids by mouth or infusion
hydration
the interaction between solute particles and water molecules
hydration
Removal of one or more molecules of water from a chemical compound
hydration
To restore the fluids in the body
hydration
The chemical combination of water into a substance
hydration
The process whereby a substance takes up water
hydration
The chemical combination of water with another substance ADVANCE \x 540
hydration
Water molecules are attracted to ions in water solution and coordinate around the ions, forming a sphere of hydration
hydration
Hydration of cement constituents brings about setting and hardening of cement It involves chemical reactions of individual components with water
hydration
The process of absorbing water
hydration
The chemical combination of water with another substance
hydration
The addition of water molecules to a mineral’s chemical structure
hydration
Reaction of a substance with water
hydration
Chemical combination of water with other substances
hydration
This is the level of fluid in the body The loss of fluid, or dehydration, occurs when you lose more water or fluid than you take in Your body cannot keep adequate blood pressure, get enough oxygen and nutrients to the cells, or get rid of wastes if it has too little fluid
hydration
The chemical reaction that occurs when water is added to cement, causing it to harden back to top
hydration
{i} addition of water to a compound (Chemistry)
hydrator
{i} something that combines water with a compound or element (Chemistry)
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