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droplet

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdropletdrop‧let /ˈdrɒplɪt $ ˈdrɑːp-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 droplet.jpg LIQUIDa very small drop of liquiddroplet of 🔊 tiny droplets of water
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dropletDonna could feel perspiration soaking into her blouse and droplets beading on her forehead.With extensive trauma or in filariasis, the presence of triglycerides increases with the triglycerides forming fat droplets.His heart was thudding hard against his ribs and he felt the first droplet of perspiration pop on to his forehead.Thus to speed up the fundamental combustion process requires that the fuel droplets be made as Small as possible.On the cabbage leaves of the cannas, huge, shining droplets of water repose.On the map it looks rather like an amoeba in the process of ingesting two small droplets of water.The wind whipped droplets of condensation into his face, where they mingled with his tears.droplets of waterRuth flinched as droplets of water landed on her bare midriff.Furthermore, the particles act as nuclei for droplets of water vapour.Blue grey droplets of water splash down like giant trees.On the cabbage leaves of the cannas, huge, shining droplets of water repose.On the map it looks rather like an amoeba in the process of ingesting two small droplets of water.Through her half-closed eyelids she could see the tiny droplets of water glistening on his skin.Outside it was cold and blustery, speckled with droplets of water gusting against his face.
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