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de·car·bon·ate

 (dē-kär′bə-nāt′)
tr.v. de·car·bon·at·ed, de·car·bon·at·ing, de·car·bon·ates
To remove carbon dioxide or carbonic acid from.

de·car′bon·a′tion n.
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decarbonate

(diːˈkɑːbəˌneɪt)
vb
(Chemistry) (tr) to remove carbon dioxide from (a solution, substance, etc)
deˌcarbonˈation n
deˈcarbonˌator n
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de•car•bon•ate

(diˈkɑr bəˌneɪt)

v.t. -at•ed, -at•ing.
to remove carbon dioxide from.
[1825–35]
de•car`bon•a′tion, n.
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decarbonate


Past participle: decarbonated
Gerund: decarbonating

Imperative
decarbonate
decarbonate
Present
I decarbonate
you decarbonate
he/she/it decarbonates
we decarbonate
you decarbonate
they decarbonate
Preterite
I decarbonated
you decarbonated
he/she/it decarbonated
we decarbonated
you decarbonated
they decarbonated
Present Continuous
I am decarbonating
you are decarbonating
he/she/it is decarbonating
we are decarbonating
you are decarbonating
they are decarbonating
Present Perfect
I have decarbonated
you have decarbonated
he/she/it has decarbonated
we have decarbonated
you have decarbonated
they have decarbonated
Past Continuous
I was decarbonating
you were decarbonating
he/she/it was decarbonating
we were decarbonating
you were decarbonating
they were decarbonating
Past Perfect
I had decarbonated
you had decarbonated
he/she/it had decarbonated
we had decarbonated
you had decarbonated
they had decarbonated
Future
I will decarbonate
you will decarbonate
he/she/it will decarbonate
we will decarbonate
you will decarbonate
they will decarbonate
Future Perfect
I will have decarbonated
you will have decarbonated
he/she/it will have decarbonated
we will have decarbonated
you will have decarbonated
they will have decarbonated
Future Continuous
I will be decarbonating
you will be decarbonating
he/she/it will be decarbonating
we will be decarbonating
you will be decarbonating
they will be decarbonating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been decarbonating
you have been decarbonating
he/she/it has been decarbonating
we have been decarbonating
you have been decarbonating
they have been decarbonating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been decarbonating
you will have been decarbonating
he/she/it will have been decarbonating
we will have been decarbonating
you will have been decarbonating
they will have been decarbonating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been decarbonating
you had been decarbonating
he/she/it had been decarbonating
we had been decarbonating
you had been decarbonating
they had been decarbonating
Conditional
I would decarbonate
you would decarbonate
he/she/it would decarbonate
we would decarbonate
you would decarbonate
they would decarbonate
Past Conditional
I would have decarbonated
you would have decarbonated
he/she/it would have decarbonated
we would have decarbonated
you would have decarbonated
they would have decarbonated
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.decarbonate - remove carbon dioxide from
get rid of, remove - dispose of; "Get rid of these old shoes!"; "The company got rid of all the dead wood"
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