This goodwill has not entirely dissipated, but it will evaporate if we do not communicate our intentions.
“If that law is overturned, half of the investigations at Public Integrity evaporate overnight,” he said.
Has the financial crisis caused all of that stubborn crazy Americans bigotry suddenly to evaporate?
The heat radiating from the sun dries up water and causes it to evaporate.
If the pools lose their inflow of circulating cooling water, the water in the pools will evaporate.
I really think you should have more, if I evaporate within a reasonable time.
Natural forces of this kind do not, it must be recollected, evaporate.
evaporate the filtrate to a syrup, and extract with successive portions of absolute alcohol.
Wash the lysol off with ether and allow the latter to evaporate.
Mix the cacao, the sugar, and the tincture of vanilla, and allow the alcohol to evaporate.
evaporate e·vap·o·rate (ĭ-vāp'ə-rāt')
v. e·vap·o·rat·ed, e·vap·o·rat·ing, e·vap·o·rates
To convert or change into a vapor; volatilize.
To produce vapor.
To draw or pass off in the form of vapor.
To draw moisture away from, as by heating, leaving only the dry solid portion.
To deposit a metal on a substrate by vacuum sublimation.