(dehydrate) preserve by removing all water and liquids from; "carry dehydrated food on your camping trip"
(dehydrate) exsiccate: lose water or moisture; "In the desert, you get dehydrated very quickly"
(dehydrated) suffering from excessive loss of water from the body; "fever resulted from becoming dehydrated"; "was dehydrated after the marathon"
Dehydration (hypohydration) is defined as an excessive loss of body fluid. It is literally the removal of water (ὕδωρ|hýdōr) from an object, however in physiological terms, it entails a deficiency of fluid within an organism.
In chemistry and the biological sciences, a dehydration reaction is usually defined as a chemical reaction that involves the loss of water from the reacting molecule. Dehydration reactions are a subset of elimination reactions. ...
Drying is a method of food preservation that works by removing water from the food, which inhibits the growth of microorganisms and hinders quality decay. Drying food using sun and wind to prevent spoilage has been practised since ancient times. ...
(Dehydrate) Losing water in the body, drying out. To absolutely or relatively lack water in the external or internal cellular space. In chemistry: to break apart hydrogen from its organic compounds.
(Dehydrate) The loss of body fluids by fever, virus or heat.
(Dehydrate) To remove bound water or hydrogen and oxygen from (a chemical compound) in the proportion in which they form water
(Dehydrate) To remove moisture from food by drying it slowly in the oven or in an electric or manual dehydrator.
(Dehydrate) to remove the liquid from a solid food, usually with slow dry heat
(dehydrate) To save the state of a running orchestration to persistent storage and remove it from memory when the orchestration has been idle for a certain length of time.
(dehydrate) to lose water from the tissues of the body. When babies have diarrhea or are vomiting, they can lose large amounts of water and salts. If these fluids are not replaced, a child becomes dehydrated. ...
Dehydrate means to remove the water from or dry out. Timber takes time to dehydrate and harden, how long depends on the species and it's growth conditions. Another name for dehydrating Timber is Seasoning. ...
(Dehydrated [xyz]) dried [xyz=animal or plant material]; not heated beyond a point of denaturizing the nutrients in the product
(Dehydrated) Food that has had the water removed through heat (such as being in the sun, or through a manufacturing process). See also Freeze Dried.
(Dehydrated) comes in the form of raw and cooked. Products are usually air dried to reduce moisture to the level where bacterial growths are inhibited. The appearance is very similar to dry kibbles. The typical feeding methods include adding warm water before serving.
(dehydrated) Having insufficient water in the body or tissues.
(dehydrated) NOT ENOUGH WATER INSIDE.
(Dehydrating) The method used to preserve meat, which creates jerky.
(Dehydrating) The removal of water by a filtering or settling process. Water in most light petroleum products will settle out if product is allowed to stand undisturbed for 12 to 24 hours. If the light product is in a storage tank, the excess water may be withdrawn through a water drawoff valve. ...