dehydration[ dee-hahy-drey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF dehydration
Antonyms for dehydration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEHYDRATION
Condition fair, considering the dehydration and extensive sunburn.
We shall, therefore, discuss in detail its reaction to heat and dehydration.
Dehydration results in the formation of a “betane,” which is a tetrahydro-trigonelline (see Betane).
Dehydration by diet is very valuable under certain circumstances when the dropsy 591 is other than renal.
I couldn't find anything wrong with you except hypoglycemia and dehydration, so I treated that.
Dehydration is effected by transferring the tissues to fresh absolute alcohol.
Oxidation, dehydration and polymerization have all been suggested, but there is little direct evidence.
Dehydration was practically unknown in the United States, there being but three small plants in existence.
An engine operated by steam produced by the hydration and dehydration of metallic salts.