verb (used with object), de·pres·sur·ized, de·pres·sur·iz·ing.
to remove the air pressure from (a pressurized compartment of an aircraft or spacecraft).
to relieve the tensions of; cause to relax: A week's vacation should depressurize me.
verb (used without object), de·pres·sur·ized, de·pres·sur·iz·ing.
to lose air pressure: The airplane cabin depressurized almost instantly.
Also especially British, de·pres·sur·ise.
Origin of depressurize
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Then, if the system needs to depressurize, there's something called a suppression pool that it vents steam into.Japan Nuclear Fallout: How Bad Could It Get?
March 12, 2011
(tr) to reduce the pressure of a gas inside (a container or enclosed space), as in an aircraft cabin
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