verb (used with object), de·hy·drat·ed, de·hy·drat·ing.
verb (used without object), de·hy·drat·ed, de·hy·drat·ing.
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Mosley was admitted to MedStar Washington Hospital Center on April 25, dehydrated and with her kidneys starting to fail.900,000 infected. Nearly 15,000 dead. How the coronavirus tore through D.C., Maryland and Virginia.|Rebecca Tan, Antonio Olivo, John D. Harden|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
You can still dehydrate in the winterIn many regions, the winter air is dry.
It comes with a multi-level air fryer basket and a dehydrating and broiling tray.
Adair says these are signs that you’re either dehydrated or hyponatremic, meaning you have too much fluid compared to electrolytes.
In both, heat has dehydrated grapes, cutting yields to as much as 40% less than forecast at one property.Wildfires, trade wars, COVID-19: The 2020 global wine harvest may go down as the most challenging yet|Bernhard Warner|September 20, 2020|Fortune
Drop absolute alcohol on to the section from a drop bottle, to dehydrate it.
Decolourise and dehydrate rapidly with absolute alcohol until there remains only a very faint bluish tint.
Flood with several changes of absolute alcohol to dehydrate the section.
It is employed to dehydrate certain oils with which the pork-packer adulterates lard.Highways and Byways in Surrey|Eric Parker
Captain, you don't dehydrate beans and pop-corn—they come that way naturally.Let'em Breathe Space|Lester del Rey