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out·gas

 (out′găs′)
v. out·gassed, out·gas·sing, out·gas·ses
v.tr.
1. To cause (something) to emit vapors over time, as by evaporation or a slow chemical reaction.
2. To emit (vapors) over time, as by evaporation or a slow chemical reaction.
v.intr.
1. To emit vapors over time, as by evaporation or a slow chemical reaction.
2. To escape in gaseous form over time, as by evaporation or a slow chemical reaction.

outgas

(ˌaʊtˈɡæs)
vb, -gases, -gasses, -gassing or -gassed
(General Physics) to undergo or cause to undergo the removal of adsorbed or absorbed gas from solids, often by heating in free space

out•gas

(ˈaʊtˌgæs, ˌaʊtˈgæs)

v. -gassed, -gas•sing. v.t.
1. to remove (adsorbed or occluded gases), usu. by heat or reduced pressure.
v.i.
2. to lose gas.
[1920–25]

outgas


Past participle: outgassed
Gerund: outgassing

Imperative
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outgas
Present
I outgas
you outgas
he/she/it outgases/outgasses
we outgas
you outgas
they outgas
Preterite
I outgassed
you outgassed
he/she/it outgassed
we outgassed
you outgassed
they outgassed
Present Continuous
I am outgassing
you are outgassing
he/she/it is outgassing
we are outgassing
you are outgassing
they are outgassing
Present Perfect
I have outgassed
you have outgassed
he/she/it has outgassed
we have outgassed
you have outgassed
they have outgassed
Past Continuous
I was outgassing
you were outgassing
he/she/it was outgassing
we were outgassing
you were outgassing
they were outgassing
Past Perfect
I had outgassed
you had outgassed
he/she/it had outgassed
we had outgassed
you had outgassed
they had outgassed
Future
I will outgas
you will outgas
he/she/it will outgas
we will outgas
you will outgas
they will outgas
Future Perfect
I will have outgassed
you will have outgassed
he/she/it will have outgassed
we will have outgassed
you will have outgassed
they will have outgassed
Future Continuous
I will be outgassing
you will be outgassing
he/she/it will be outgassing
we will be outgassing
you will be outgassing
they will be outgassing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outgassing
you have been outgassing
he/she/it has been outgassing
we have been outgassing
you have been outgassing
they have been outgassing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outgassing
you will have been outgassing
he/she/it will have been outgassing
we will have been outgassing
you will have been outgassing
they will have been outgassing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outgassing
you had been outgassing
he/she/it had been outgassing
we had been outgassing
you had been outgassing
they had been outgassing
Conditional
I would outgas
you would outgas
he/she/it would outgas
we would outgas
you would outgas
they would outgas
Past Conditional
I would have outgassed
you would have outgassed
he/she/it would have outgassed
we would have outgassed
you would have outgassed
they would have outgassed
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