evaporating means to disappear or to reduce in size. The water in the pool is evaporating, which is why the pool is getting smaller and smaller.

  • The water in the pool is evaporating because the sun is shining on it.

  • The gas was evaporating, which is why the room was getting warmer and warmer.

Definition of evaporating


To transition from a liquid state into a gaseous state


To expel moisture from (usually by means of artificial heat), leaving the solid portion


To give vent to; to dissipate


To disappear; to escape or pass off without effect

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Example Sentences for evaporating

  • 1

    Evaporation cools the refrigerant.

  • 2

    They are the Evaporator, Superheater, and Economizer.

  • 3

    The salt crystallizes as water evaporates.

  • 4

    This caused the evaporation of the Mediterranean Sea.

  • 5

    Transpiration is a process similar to evaporation.

  • 6

    At the surface of the wood, evaporation and condensation is occurring.

  • 7

    Once the water evaporates the dish is ready.

  • 8

    If the mass is equal to the mass of the wormhole that evaporates.

  • 9

    Evaporation is one of the two forms of vaporization.

  • 10

    The basic design uses the principle of evaporation.