Those vapors condense into a liquid later in the process and that “condensate” is collected in a storage area, called a sump.
I ain' gwine squatulate wid 'em ner argyfy ner beg no mo', but I gwine whu'l right in an' do sump'n.'
It may have been on the office sofa or it may have been in the sump.
He 'uz gwine on dis a-way, w'en fus' news you know he tuck'n year sump'n'.
That was the purpose of the four nuclear pumps in the sump hole.
Ef I aint done come traipsin' off en lef' my ole man money-pus, en he got sump'n' in dar w'at he won't take a purty fer, needer!
"He wuz jes signin' some kin' er deeds or sump'n," said Daddy.
"I got sump'n to tell you," said July, hastening to change an embarrassing subject.
Ef I ain't done come traipsin' off en lef' my ole man money-pus, en he got sump'n' in dar w'at he won't take a purty fer, needer!
The cooling of oil in the sump (A) can be accomplished most effectively by radiating fins on its outer surface.
early 15c., "marsh, morass," from Middle Dutch somp or Middle Low German sump, from Proto-Germanic *sumpaz. Meaning "pit to collect water" is first found 1650s.