degas

[dee-gas] /diˈgæs/
verb (used with object), degassed, degassing.
1.
to free from gas.
2.
Electronics. to complete the evacuation of gases in (a vacuum tube).
Origin
1915–20; de- + gas
British Dictionary definitions for degasses
degas (diːˈɡæs)
 
vb , -gases, -gasses, -gassing, -gassed
1.  (tr) to remove gas from (a container, vacuum tube, liquid, adsorbent, etc)
2.  (intr) to lose adsorbed or absorbed gas by desorption
 
de'gasser
 
n

Degas (ˈdeɪɡɑː, French dəɡɑ)
 
n
Hilaire Germain Edgar (ilɛr ʒɛrmɛ̃ ɛdɡar). 1834-- 1917, French impressionist painter and sculptor, noted for his brilliant draughtsmanship and ability to convey movement, esp in his studies of horse racing and ballet dancers

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