vaporise


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vaporise


Past participle: vaporised
Gerund: vaporising

Imperative
vaporise
vaporise
Present
I vaporise
you vaporise
he/she/it vaporises
we vaporise
you vaporise
they vaporise
Preterite
I vaporised
you vaporised
he/she/it vaporised
we vaporised
you vaporised
they vaporised
Present Continuous
I am vaporising
you are vaporising
he/she/it is vaporising
we are vaporising
you are vaporising
they are vaporising
Present Perfect
I have vaporised
you have vaporised
he/she/it has vaporised
we have vaporised
you have vaporised
they have vaporised
Past Continuous
I was vaporising
you were vaporising
he/she/it was vaporising
we were vaporising
you were vaporising
they were vaporising
Past Perfect
I had vaporised
you had vaporised
he/she/it had vaporised
we had vaporised
you had vaporised
they had vaporised
Future
I will vaporise
you will vaporise
he/she/it will vaporise
we will vaporise
you will vaporise
they will vaporise
Future Perfect
I will have vaporised
you will have vaporised
he/she/it will have vaporised
we will have vaporised
you will have vaporised
they will have vaporised
Future Continuous
I will be vaporising
you will be vaporising
he/she/it will be vaporising
we will be vaporising
you will be vaporising
they will be vaporising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been vaporising
you have been vaporising
he/she/it has been vaporising
we have been vaporising
you have been vaporising
they have been vaporising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been vaporising
you will have been vaporising
he/she/it will have been vaporising
we will have been vaporising
you will have been vaporising
they will have been vaporising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been vaporising
you had been vaporising
he/she/it had been vaporising
we had been vaporising
you had been vaporising
they had been vaporising
Conditional
I would vaporise
you would vaporise
he/she/it would vaporise
we would vaporise
you would vaporise
they would vaporise
Past Conditional
I would have vaporised
you would have vaporised
he/she/it would have vaporised
we would have vaporised
you would have vaporised
they would have vaporised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.vaporise - cause to change into a vaporvaporise - cause to change into a vapor; "The chemist evaporated the water"
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"
pervaporate - cause (a liquid) to evaporate through a semipermeable membrane
vaporise, evaporate - change into a vapor; "The water evaporated in front of our eyes"
2.vaporise - change into a vaporvaporise - change into a vapor; "The water evaporated in front of our eyes"
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"
pervaporate - evaporate through a semipermeable membrane
vaporise, evaporate - cause to change into a vapor; "The chemist evaporated the water"
3.vaporise - turn into gasvaporise - turn into gas; "The substance gasified"
change integrity - change in physical make-up
sublime, sublimate - change or cause to change directly from a solid into a vapor without first melting; "sublime iodine"; "some salts sublime when heated"
4.vaporise - lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more concentrated residuevaporise - lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more concentrated residue; "evaporate milk"
change integrity - change in physical make-up
transpire - exude water vapor; "plants transpire"
Translations
يُبَخِّر، يُحَوِّل إلى بُخار
breyta í gufu

vapour

(American) vapor (ˈveipə) noun
1. the gas-like form into which a substance can be changed by heating. water vapour.
2. mist, fumes or smoke in the air. Near the marshes the air was filled with a strange-smelling vapour.
ˈvaporize, ˈvaporise verb
to (cause to) change into a gas-like state.
References in periodicals archive ?
The process developed by engineers at the University of Cambridge involves using short laser pulses to erase words and images by heating the printed material to the point that they vaporise, the BBC reported.
When you fire the laser, it hits the thin toner layer and heats it up until the point that you vaporise it," the team's lead author, David Leal-Ayala said.