Examples of condense in a Sentence
The information is collected and then passed on to the CEO in condensed form.
The cooler temperatures cause the gas to condense into a liquid.
Moisture in the air condenses to form tiny drops of water.
Condense the milk by cooking it slowly.
Origin and Etymology of condense
Middle English, from Latin condensare, from com- + densare to make dense, from densus dense
First Known Use: 15th century
Synonym Discussion of condense
CONDENSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of condense for English Language Learners
: to make (something) shorter or smaller by removing parts that are less important
: to change from a gas into a liquid
: to remove water from (something) to make it thicker
CONDENSE Defined for Kids
Definition of condense for Students
1 : to make or become more compact or concise Condense the paragraph into one sentence.
2 : to change or cause to change from a vapor to a liquid (as by cooling) The morning air condensed onto the cold window.
Medical Definition of condense
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