Examples of desalinate in a Sentence
The company is building a plant that will desalinate seawater.
Recent Examples of desalinate from the Web
Antioch officials intend to invest their $10 million slice of the funds into a $62 million plant that will desalinate water from the San Joaquin River.
The structure incorporates an elaborate mechanism that draws water from the Gulf of Mexico, the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, desalinates it and distributes it along the length of the border.
Semonite dispatched a mobile command center to St. Thomas and 31 generators to begin restoring power to critical infrastructure, such as police stations and the plant that desalinates sea water.
One of them, according to the government’s outline, will focus on studying the potential for desalinating seawater from the Sea of Cortez.
The cannon was taken to a conservation lab at the Washington Navy Yard to be desalinated and stabilized.
They were forced to stop for a week in the Azores when their water desalinating equipment broke.
Whenever the price of other water goes up, desalinating Pacific waters becomes more enticing.
In Western Australia, desalinated water has been injected to recharge the large aquifer that Perth, Australia's driest city, taps for drinking water.
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First Known Use of desalinate
DESALINATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of desalinate for English Language Learners
: to remove salt from (something, such as water)
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