Definitions

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  • v. Alternative spelling of carbonize.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. unite with carbon
  • v. turn into carbon, as by burning

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Examples

  • When Californians are put to work e.g. to de-carbonise the economy and grow California's human resources (through education/the arts/health services etc.) then something extraordinary will happen.

    Ann Pettifor: Suffering in El Centro: Cigars in Sacramento

  • Our message is that we stand ready to do more to de - carbonise our development, but that we will expect, from developed countries, a commitment to take the lead on deeper emission reductions, new and additional financial support, improved technology transfer and capacity building.

    ANC Today

  • Our message is that we stand ready to do more to de-carbonise our development, but that we will expect, from developed countries, a commitment to take the lead on deeper emission reductions, new and additional financial support, improved technology transfer and capacity building.

    ANC Today

  • The cold in the studio grew keener, and the wick of the lamp began to carbonise and burn red, while Claude, still bending over his sketch, did not seem conscious of the passing minutes.

    His Masterpiece

  • We must 'de-hydro carbonise' our economy and reduce our dependency on the petro-economy.

    TrinidadExpress Today's News

  • In this mad rush to 'de-carbonise' people have found cracks and loopholes to make money fraudulently.

    Environment news, comment and analysis from the Guardian | guardian.co.uk

  • Countries need to pull together to de-carbonise the world economy.

    Maria Energia

  • Countries need to pull together to de-carbonise the world economy, 'Nasheed said in a statement.

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  • As a result, he said, the carbon price collapsed and the ability for companies to claim carbon credits by investing in developing world emissions-cutting projects via the Clean Development Mechanism meant western economies had done little to de-carbonise their industries.

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  • Please check if the MCCB cover is burnt or carbonise with the burning heat.

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