defog


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical.

de·fog

 (dē-fôg′, -fŏg′)
tr.v. de·fogged, de·fog·ging, de·fogs
To remove condensed water vapor from: defog a windshield.

de·fog′ger n.

defog

(diːˈfɒɡ)
vb (tr)
to clear (something) of fog or vapour

de•fog

(diˈfɒg, -ˈfɔg)

v.t. -fogged, -fog•ging.
to remove the fog or moisture from (a window, mirror, etc.).
[1900–05]
de•fog′ger, n.

defog


Past participle: defogged
Gerund: defogging

Imperative
defog
defog
Present
I defog
you defog
he/she/it defogs
we defog
you defog
they defog
Preterite
I defogged
you defogged
he/she/it defogged
we defogged
you defogged
they defogged
Present Continuous
I am defogging
you are defogging
he/she/it is defogging
we are defogging
you are defogging
they are defogging
Present Perfect
I have defogged
you have defogged
he/she/it has defogged
we have defogged
you have defogged
they have defogged
Past Continuous
I was defogging
you were defogging
he/she/it was defogging
we were defogging
you were defogging
they were defogging
Past Perfect
I had defogged
you had defogged
he/she/it had defogged
we had defogged
you had defogged
they had defogged
Future
I will defog
you will defog
he/she/it will defog
we will defog
you will defog
they will defog
Future Perfect
I will have defogged
you will have defogged
he/she/it will have defogged
we will have defogged
you will have defogged
they will have defogged
Future Continuous
I will be defogging
you will be defogging
he/she/it will be defogging
we will be defogging
you will be defogging
they will be defogging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been defogging
you have been defogging
he/she/it has been defogging
we have been defogging
you have been defogging
they have been defogging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been defogging
you will have been defogging
he/she/it will have been defogging
we will have been defogging
you will have been defogging
they will have been defogging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been defogging
you had been defogging
he/she/it had been defogging
we had been defogging
you had been defogging
they had been defogging
Conditional
I would defog
you would defog
he/she/it would defog
we would defog
you would defog
they would defog
Past Conditional
I would have defogged
you would have defogged
he/she/it would have defogged
we would have defogged
you would have defogged
they would have defogged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.defog - free from mist; "demist the car windows"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
Translations

defog

[diːˈfɒg] VTdesempañar

defog

nt windscreenfrei machen

defog

[diːˈfɒg] vt (Am) (Aut) → sbrinare
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
AXIS Q6128-E will function reliably in temperatures ranging from -58AF to 122AF and features automatic defog.
Moreover, the camera provides functions such as ultra defog, RoI, and intelligent detections, including trip-wire, intrusion, scene change, missing/abandoned; making surveillance clearer, smarter and user-friendly.
Priced from PS21,600, the SE Nav adds to the S-model's specification with DAB radio, auto dimming rear view mirror, climate control with auto defog, heated front seats, LED front fog lights and a seven-speaker sounds system.
A full-length panoramic sunroof that can both tilt and fully open is an interesting touch, as are two comfort-orientated technologies first fitted to the Hyundai i40: automatic windscreen defog and a heated steering wheel.
Fresh technologies include front and rear parking assist, heated steering wheel, bending headlamps, automatic defog system and a lane departure warning system.
Nowadays, most modern cars come with the demist/ defog mode as part of the standard HVAC system.
The messages urge the motorists to ensure that their brakes are working properly, to use the A/C to defog the windshield as well as to keep a safe distance from the car in front.
For example, in the Pocket Merriam-Webster the first few undominated words in the first case are boBCat, aneCDote, DEFt, and aFGHan, in the second case AmBusCaDE, DEFog, prizEFiGHtIng, and in the third case FEeDBACk, lIGHt-FaCED and straiGHtJacKet.
The Larstrand's bathrooms feature medicine cabinets with 24-inch televisions built into mirrors that defog at the flick of a switch.
It features Electronic Stability Control, Hill Start Ascent Control and enhanced front, side and curtain airbags, full leather interior, push button start, dual zone climate air control, front fog lights, rain-sensing wipers and auto defog system.
The ST60 offers an expanded 4x optical zoom alongside new image effects and photo styles including normal, soft, vivid, forest retro, cool, calm, classic, negative, custom RGB and two new options: sketch and defog clear/fog lifting, which cuts through the haze to take clear photos.
Suited in gear similar to that of an egressing pilot, test parachutist candidate PR2(AW/PJ) Mark Cusimano attempts to defog his protective goggles before his jump.