desalt

[dee-sawlt]
verb (used with object)
to remove the salt from (especially sea water), usually to make it drinkable.


Origin:
1905–10; de- + salt

desalter, noun
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Example sentences
We can desalt water of the ocean using solar thermal power.
Each year, industry uses millions of pounds of acid and base chemicals to
  desalt products.
Our research effort also involves improving operational procedures to find a
  better way to desalt the water.
RO is a mature technology used for many years to desalt brackish water and
  seawater.
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