from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Chemically combined with water, especially existing in the form of a hydrate.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of hydrate.
- adj. Combined chemically with water.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Formed into a hydrate; combined with water.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. containing combined water (especially water of crystallization as in a hydrate)
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Keeping your body hydrated is essential for it to function well in any capacity.
Care should be taken to keep the skin hydrated with emollients, and fingernails should be trimmed to avoid skin damage from itching.
Designated the team's "refreshing drink provider," Brother Ben's job involves ensuring that the other team members remain hydrated and that the kiddies watching at home see plenty of product placements.
The cream is light, lets you see where you are shaving, and leaves your skin hydrated when you are done.
Wow, the dough that I made extra hydrated is looking like a milkshake puddle on the kitchen counter while the firm dough is standing a little too stiffly at attention.
I’m sorry Russell was pulled for such a minor problem, but maybe future contestants will now realize that staying hydrated is even more important than eating.
This non-greasy formula keeps skin hydrated while forming a translucent broad spectrum barrier to reflect the sun’s rays naturally.
Get up, exercise, do that healthy nutrition throughout the day, and make certain that you're getting well hydrated, which is another piece of the action, lots of water every day, too.
I find that a lime is being advertised, and sold in small amounts, that is called hydrated lime, and it is especially prepared as an agricultural lime.
Three-dimensional imaging of whole cells under conditions close to those in nature, namely a hydrated (watery) environment, is already done at the National Center for X-Ray Tomography at ALS beamline 2.1, under the direction of Carolyn Larabell of Berkeley Lab's Physical Biosciences Division, where large numbers of cells can be processed in a short time at resolutions of 40 to 60 nanometers.