condensate

[kuhn-den-seyt, kon-duhn-seyt]
noun
a product of condensation, as a liquid reduced from a gas or vapor.

Origin:
1545–55; < Latin condēnsātus (past participle of condēnsāre to condense), equivalent to condēns(us) very dense (see con-, dense) + -ātus -ate1

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condensate (kənˈdɛnseɪt)
 
n
a substance formed by condensation, such as a liquid from a vapour

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condensate
1550s, "to make dense," from pp. stem of L. condensare (see condense). Meaning "to become dense" is from 1607.
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Example sentences
Until now, it has had little to show besides modest gas condensate discoveries.
Exhaust condensate from hydrogen cars has to be recycled to electrolysis cells.
For example, claiming that a steam engine produces less condensate when the boiler is hotter is real lunacy.
The layer appears to contain some sort of particulates, perhaps with some condensate on them.
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