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dehumidify

verb de·hu·mid·i·fy \ˌdē-hyü-ˈmi-də-ˌfī, ˌdē-yü-\

Definition of DEHUMIDIFY

transitive verb
:  to remove moisture from (as air)
de·hu·mid·i·fi·ca·tion \-ˌmi-də-fə-ˈkā-shən\ noun
de·hu·mid·i·fi·er \-ˈmi-də-ˌfī(-ə)r\ noun
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First Known Use of DEHUMIDIFY

1927
DEHUMIDIFICATION Defined for Kids

dehumidify

verb de·hu·mid·i·fy \ˌdē-hyü-ˈmi-də-ˌfī\
de·hu·mid·i·fiedde·hu·mid·i·fy·ing

Definition of DEHUMIDIFY for Kids

:  to take moisture from (as the air)
de·hu·mid·i·fi·er noun
Medical Dictionary

dehumidify

transitive verb de·hu·mid·i·fy \ˌdē-hyü-ˈmid-ə-ˌfī, ˌdē-yü-\
de·hu·mid·i·fiedde·hu·mid·i·fy·ing

Medical Definition of DEHUMIDIFY

:  to remove moisture from (as air)
de·hu·mid·i·fi·ca·tion \-ˌmid-ə-fə-ˈkā-shən\ noun
de·hu·mid·i·fi·er \-ˈmid-ə-ˌfī(-ə)r\ noun

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