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demist

(diːˈmɪst)
vb
(Automotive Engineering) to free or become free of condensation through evaporation produced by a heater and/or blower
deˌmisting n

demist


Past participle: demisted
Gerund: demisting

Imperative
demist
demist
Present
I demist
you demist
he/she/it demists
we demist
you demist
they demist
Preterite
I demisted
you demisted
he/she/it demisted
we demisted
you demisted
they demisted
Present Continuous
I am demisting
you are demisting
he/she/it is demisting
we are demisting
you are demisting
they are demisting
Present Perfect
I have demisted
you have demisted
he/she/it has demisted
we have demisted
you have demisted
they have demisted
Past Continuous
I was demisting
you were demisting
he/she/it was demisting
we were demisting
you were demisting
they were demisting
Past Perfect
I had demisted
you had demisted
he/she/it had demisted
we had demisted
you had demisted
they had demisted
Future
I will demist
you will demist
he/she/it will demist
we will demist
you will demist
they will demist
Future Perfect
I will have demisted
you will have demisted
he/she/it will have demisted
we will have demisted
you will have demisted
they will have demisted
Future Continuous
I will be demisting
you will be demisting
he/she/it will be demisting
we will be demisting
you will be demisting
they will be demisting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been demisting
you have been demisting
he/she/it has been demisting
we have been demisting
you have been demisting
they have been demisting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been demisting
you will have been demisting
he/she/it will have been demisting
we will have been demisting
you will have been demisting
they will have been demisting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been demisting
you had been demisting
he/she/it had been demisting
we had been demisting
you had been demisting
they had been demisting
Conditional
I would demist
you would demist
he/she/it would demist
we would demist
you would demist
they would demist
Past Conditional
I would have demisted
you would have demisted
he/she/it would have demisted
we would have demisted
you would have demisted
they would have demisted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.demist - 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

demist

[diːˈmɪst] VT (Aut) → desempañar

demist

[diːˈmɪst] vt (British) [+ windscreen] → désembuer

demist

vt windscreenfrei machen

demist

[diːˈmɪst] vt (Brit) (Aut) → sbrinare
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Learners now must navigate for 20 minutes using a sat-nav, and explain how to test the brakes, clean the windscreen and demist their windows while driving.
Most people are aware that it is a legal requirement that before driving you need to ensure your windshield is clear from any obstructions, including ice -- which means you have to thoroughly de-ice and demist your vehicle before setting off.
Part-funded by LEVC, manufacturer of the iconic black cab, this study forms a portion of the wider DEMiSt research project funded by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), which aims to understand the determinants of urban pollution exposure to professional drivers for a range of occupations, vehicle types and driving conditions.
Make sure you demist all your windows inside your car so you can see out of them.
There are also full LED front and rear headlights with integrated daytime running lights, automatic headlights and wipers, automatic climate control with quick demist function, a leather steering wheel and rear electric windows.
To clarify terminology, the defrost duct is the HVAC duct that will direct airflow from the HVAC module to the front windshield, while the demist duct is the HVAC duct that directs airflow to the side windows.
Rule 229 also dictates that drivers must: | Demist and clear all mirrors | Clean all lights | Make sure their number plates are visible | Remove all snow that might fall off into the path of other drivers | Check their planned route is clear of delays and that no further snowfalls are predicted | A windscreen mostly covered in ice can keep you from noticing pedestrians waiting to cross the road at a zebra crossing or another hazard.
Do not turn your heaters on full blast to demist your car windscreen on a cold morning.
There's a small strip of buttons for locking, demist and hazard lights and then virtually everything else is controlled by the touchscreen, making for a very clean-looking interior.
Also make sure the heaters are working so that windscreen and windows can demist," added Hodges.
Leave enough time to thoroughly demist the inside of your car before setting off - don't start moving until you have good all-round visibility.