deaerate

or de-aer·ate

[ dee-air-eyt, -ey-uh-reyt ]
/ diˈɛər eɪt, -ˈeɪ əˌreɪt /

verb (used with object), de·aer·at·ed, de·aer·at·ing.

to remove air or gas from.
to remove bubbles from (a liquid, as boiler feedwater), as by mechanical agitation in a vacuum or by heating at atmospheric pressure.

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Origin of deaerate

First recorded in 1785–95; de- + aerate

OTHER WORDS FROM deaerate

de·aer·a·tion, nounde·aer·a·tor [dee-air-ey-ter, -ey-uh-rey-], /diˈɛər eɪ tər, -ˈeɪ əˌreɪ-/, noun
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