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- v. Subject a substance to distillation; .
- v. Undergo or be produced by distillation.
- v. Make by means of distillation, especially whisky.
- v. Exude in small drops.
- v. Impart in small quantities.
- v. Extract the essence of; concentrate; purify.
- v. Trickle down or fall in small drops; ooze out.
- v. Be manifested gently or gradually.
- v. Drip or be wet with.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. See distill.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To drop; fall in drops.
- To flow in a small stream; trickle.
- To use a still; practise distillation.
- To let fall in drops; dispense by drops; hence, to shed or impart in small portions or degrees.
- To subject to the process of distillation; rectify; purify: as, to distil water.
- To obtain or extract by the process of distillation: as, to distil brandy from wine; to distil whisky.
- To use as a basis of distillation; extract the spirit or essence from: as, to distil grain or plants.
- To dissolve or melt.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. undergo condensation; change from a gaseous to a liquid state and fall in drops
- v. give off (a liquid)
- v. extract by the process of distillation
- v. undergo the process of distillation
From Old & modern French distiller, from Latin distillare (Wiktionary)