verb (used with object), con·densed, con·dens·ing.
verb (used without object), con·densed, con·dens·ing.
Origin of condense
SYNONYMS FOR condense
Related formso·ver·con·dense, verb, o·ver·con·densed, o·ver·con·dens·ing.pre·con·dense, verb, pre·con·densed, pre·con·dens·ing.re·con·dense, verb, re·con·densed, re·con·dens·ing.un·con·dens·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for condensing
Shakespeare, in condensing the time to less than a single week in summer, neglected to omit this reference to a colder season.Shakespeare's Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet|William Shakespeare
The old fisherman was pointing to the horizon, where the leaden mantle of cloud seemed to be condensing into a blackish vapor.Mayflower (Flor de mayo)|Vicente Blasco Ibez
The apparatus for this purpose consists of three condensing lenses and an object glass.The Boy's Playbook of Science|John Henry Pepper
In the latter case the light must be obtained by condensing lenses instead of the metallic specula.The Microscope|Andrew Ross
The original vacuum pan used by Gail Borden in 1853 for condensing milk by concentrating it in a vacuum.