[ UK /dˈɛhjuːmˌɪdɪfˌa‍ɪ‍ə/ ]
[ US /dihjuˈmɪdəfaɪɝ/ ]
  1. an applicance to extract moisture from the air and make the environment more comfortable
    in summer, we need to run the dehumidifier in the basement
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How To Use dehumidifier In A Sentence

  • Constant readings are taken of temperature and humidity, and dehumidifiers work away to halt the rust.
  • Dry walls and floors with fans, which turn moisture into vapor, and dehumidifiers, which then pull vapors down a drain.
  • If it gets too damp you can always put the dehumidifier in to run for twenty-four hours.
  • Local electrical shops yesterday reported a huge demand for dehumidifiers which are used to dry and air damp buildings.
  • Buried in the ceil-ing, dehumidifiers hummed efficiently, working around the clock to give the station's living quarters the desic-cated feel of the deserts of home. The Howling Stones
  • She has a dehumidifier in the shop that is releasing eight buckets of water per day.
  • Fire crews were called to the property after a dehumidifier caught fire in the kitchen.
  • The hardest thing is drying it out - we've got four dehumidifiers going and they're still producing three buckets of water a day each.
  • We had to hire dehumidifiers and run those 24 hours a day for three months.
  • Eight dehumidifiers and eight dryers were used to dry out the house, she said.
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