[ UK /eəɹˈeɪtɪd/ ]
- supplied with carbon dioxide
- (of a liquid) treated by having air passed or bubbled through it for purification
How To Use aerated In A Sentence
- There is a little pump in it that circulates the water over a dome thing, therefore keeping it well aerated.
- While environmentally friendly or so-called "green" chemistry has become all the rage in the chemical community, no human chemist can yet match what a single jellyfish gene directs: 238 ordered condensations + 1 cyclization + 1 oxidation, all done in a few minutes in aerated water with no protecting groups, only one slightly toxic byproduct, and essentially 100% yield of an extremely useful product that literally glows green. Roger Y. Tsien - Banquet Speech
- In an aerated, noncirculating system, the water must be changed every few hours to remove waste material that replaces oxygen in the water. 25 Tips for Saltwater Fishing
- The drinks bottles contained a wide range of beverages, including aerated water, ginger beer and lemonade all produced locally.
- Fat droplets, air bubbles and ice crystals are all dispersed in a thick sugar solution to form the semi-solid, frozen and aerated matrix that we know so well.
- He gets very aerated about the idea of the prime minister lying.
- Mechanical aerators are used in aerated lagoons to ensure constant mixing of the manure.
- Indeed, it's our memory of Sarno's film, with its arousingly percussive score, that pointed out the inadequacy of MACUMBA SEXUAL's anemic and overly aerated synth score, which does nothing to communicate the power of Tara's effectively staged macumba rite or to resonate with any of the bizarre African nick-nacks adorning her desert lair. Archive 2006-10-01
- I might start a self-help group for those of us who become so aerated by airheads on the airwaves.
- In longer term experiments the aerated treatments were in 100 ml of solution in conical flasks.