- v. 浓缩；凝结；缩短
- vt. & vi. (使)变稠,变浓; 浓缩 (cause sth to) become thicker or more concentrated
- vt. & vi. (使)凝结 (cause sth to) change from gas or vapor to a liquid
- vt. 简缩,摘要,简述 put sth into fewer words
undergo condensation; change from a gaseous to a liquid state and fall in drops;
"The acid distills at a specific temperature"
make more concise;
"condense the contents of a book into a summary"
remove water from;
"condense the milk"
cause a gas or vapor to change into a liquid;
"The cold air condensed the steam"
become more compact or concentrated;
"Her feelings condensed"
develop due to condensation;
"All our planets condensed out of the same material"
compress or concentrate;
"Congress condensed the three-year plan into a six-month plan"
- He condense his speech to half its original length.
- You can condense milk by boiling away much of the water in it.
- Steam condenses into water when cooling down.
- Water vapors can condense to form clouds.
- The essay is too wordy, you'd better condense it.
- condense into( v.+prep. )
把…压缩成,缩减为 put into fewer words
condense into sth
Moisture in the atmosphere condensed into dew during the night.
大气中的水汽在夜间凝结成了露珠。condense sth into sth
The cold wind condenses vapor into rain.
冷风使水蒸气凝结成雨。condense sth into sth
He condensed the paragraph into one line.
- condense to( v.+prep. )
(使)凝结(cause to) change to a liquid
condense sth to sth
Steam is condensed to water.
The contemporary view that the stars condensed from the interstellar gas clouds.出自： B. Lovell