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distill

verb boil down, clarify, concentrate, decoct, destillare, draw forth, draw out, draw out the essence, drop, expel, extract, filtrate, filter, free from extraneous matter, press out, purify by removing the forrign and nonessential, reduce to extreme purity and strength, separate, squeeze out, stillare, strain, strain out, take out, trickle, vaporize and condense, wring
Associated concepts: distilled liquor, distilled spirits, distilllng apparatus, distilling the essence out of a case
See also: extract
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He distills one time per batch and uses only the hearts, which yields an average of 6 gallons of distillate at 120 proof.
The requirements call for abilities to distill and package information in ways that add meaning for employees and add value for shareholders and customers.
In European countries, orchardists distill fruit that is otherwise unsalable, producing revenue from what would have become compost.