precipitate

|prɪˈsɪpɪteɪt|

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Слово Дня - precipitate - осадок, осаждать, осаждаться, опрометчивый, поспешный

Description

Cause (an event or situation, typically one that is bad or undesirable) to happen suddenly, unexpectedly, or prematurely.; Cause to move suddenly and with force.; Send someone or something suddenly into a particular state or condition.; Cause (a substance) to be deposited in solid form from a solution.; Cause (drops of moisture or particles of dust) to be deposited from the atmosphere or from a vapor or suspension.; Done, made, or acting suddenly or without careful consideration.; (of an event or situation) occurring suddenly or abruptly.; A substance precipitated from a solution.

Examples

‘the incident precipitated a political crisis’
‘Two events had precipitated this change in course.’
‘After the mutiny of April 1944, which precipitated a confrontation with British forces, much of it was interned.’
‘Over the years, these works have precipitated some of the most moving moments in the class.’
‘His move to Ayrshire was precipitated by a failed six-week strike in the Lanarkshire coalfield in 1880.’
‘But most borrowers will lose substantially by taking this kind of precipitate action.’
‘However, they do not form extensive precipitates on the bacterial surface.’

Translation

осадок, осаждать, осаждаться, опрометчивый, поспешный

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