desalt


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de·salt

 (dē-sôlt′)
tr.v. de·salt·ed, de·salt·ing, de·salts
To desalinate.

desalt

(diːˈsɔːlt)
vb (tr)
another term for desalinate

de•salt

(diˈsɔlt)

v.t.
to remove the salt from (esp. sea water), usu. to make it drinkable.
[1905–10]
de•salt′er, n.

desalt


Past participle: desalted
Gerund: desalting

Imperative
desalt
desalt
Present
I desalt
you desalt
he/she/it desalts
we desalt
you desalt
they desalt
Preterite
I desalted
you desalted
he/she/it desalted
we desalted
you desalted
they desalted
Present Continuous
I am desalting
you are desalting
he/she/it is desalting
we are desalting
you are desalting
they are desalting
Present Perfect
I have desalted
you have desalted
he/she/it has desalted
we have desalted
you have desalted
they have desalted
Past Continuous
I was desalting
you were desalting
he/she/it was desalting
we were desalting
you were desalting
they were desalting
Past Perfect
I had desalted
you had desalted
he/she/it had desalted
we had desalted
you had desalted
they had desalted
Future
I will desalt
you will desalt
he/she/it will desalt
we will desalt
you will desalt
they will desalt
Future Perfect
I will have desalted
you will have desalted
he/she/it will have desalted
we will have desalted
you will have desalted
they will have desalted
Future Continuous
I will be desalting
you will be desalting
he/she/it will be desalting
we will be desalting
you will be desalting
they will be desalting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been desalting
you have been desalting
he/she/it has been desalting
we have been desalting
you have been desalting
they have been desalting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been desalting
you will have been desalting
he/she/it will have been desalting
we will have been desalting
you will have been desalting
they will have been desalting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been desalting
you had been desalting
he/she/it had been desalting
we had been desalting
you had been desalting
they had been desalting
Conditional
I would desalt
you would desalt
he/she/it would desalt
we would desalt
you would desalt
they would desalt
Past Conditional
I would have desalted
you would have desalted
he/she/it would have desalted
we would have desalted
you would have desalted
they would have desalted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.desalt - remove salt from; "desalinate water"
change - undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
Translations

desalt

vt (esp US) → entsalzen
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