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(1) To subject to condensation, i.e. to convert or change from gaseous state to liquid or solid

(2) To amplify density of; to make denser;

(3) To make more compact; to compress; to concentrate

(4) (dentistry) To remove water from the slurry during the preparation of dental material such as gold foil or silver amalgam used in teeth filling


Word origin: Latin condēnsāre, dēnsāre (to make thick)

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