Origin of decant
OTHER WORDS FROM decantde·can·ta·tion [dee-kan-tey-shuhn], /ˌdi kænˈteɪ ʃən/, noun
How to use decant in a sentence
Humans also have to “decant” items that are delivered to the warehouse from suppliers and feed them into the hive.British online grocer Ocado, known for its automated warehouses, acquires two U.S. robotics companies|Jeremy Kahn|November 2, 2020|Fortune
It is then decanted and filtered, left six days at rest, and again decanted (if necessary).On Laboratory Arts|Richard Threlfall
The fat is then remelted, decanted, and poured into tins or glass jars.
The bees'-wax is then decanted into a receiver, and is ready for use.The Art of Perfumery|G. W. Septimus Piesse
The precipitate should be allowed to settle, and the clear liquid decanted on the filter with the aid of a glass rod if necessary.
The liquor is carefully decanted into a clean beaker and is then thrown into a jar marked "waste silver."