Verb(1) satisfy (thirst(2) put out, as of fires, flames, or lights(3) electronics: suppress (sparking, an oscillation or discharge(4) suppress or crush completely(5) reduce the degree of (luminescence or phosphorescence, excited molecules or a material(6) cool (hot metal
(1) Later, a trip alongside the Black Sea helped quench Sorokin's inexhaustible desire to travel.(2) To quench the thirst for power, Datang Power has applied to raise up to 6 billion yuan by selling one billion A shares to fund expansion of 10 power plants.(3) But the rest of you, squandering money to quench your thirst with a drink more expensive than petrol, you're just weak-willed and wet.(4) With these books, her uncle hoped to quench her desire for adventure, but he only increased it.(5) he only pursued her to quench an aching need(6) Stimulated emission with a beam that is red-shifted with respect to the excitation wavelength can quench the fluorescence of the excited molecules.(7) That was 30 years ago and strangely enough it didn't quench my thirst for Indian meals and I've had many since then - but never as hot as that vindaloo.(8) The couple used domestic fire extinguishers to quench the flames in the Georgian house on the Lee Road.(9) The front end of the tank features a quench chamber to precool the tubing and seal the vacuum compartment, and a vacuum sizing sleeve is mounted on the entrance within a water well to provide a film of water on the tube as it enters the tank.(10) At this stage - after five trophies the year before last, and a second-placed, 80-point finish last season - only one trophy can fully quench the local thirst.(11) Accompanied by the local Fire Brigade, the GardaÔö£┬í promptly arrived in LuÔö£┬í na GrÔö£┬«ine and after a short period of time, members of the Fire Brigade managed to quench the flames.(12) The SÔö£├║o Paolo crash did not quench HellÔö£┬«'s racing ambitions.(13) The fire fighters could not use the mains water to quench the flames because Mayo County Council had switched off the main supply due to a shortage in the area.(14) We need time to indulge in the things that we like doing purely for our own gratification once in a while to remind us that we, too, exist and need to quench certain desires.(15) But with high chances of dehydration in this hot and dry weather, which will only continue to intensify in March and April, these refreshment stalls are a quick fix to quench your thirst.(16) It is possible to quench similar steels from 1050Ôö¼ÔûæC to form a low carbon martensite or with lower carbon content, acicular ferrite followed by tempering to give higher properties.
(1) quench thirst :: kuizima kiu
1. satisfy ::
2. extinguish ::
3. snuff out ::
4. squelch ::
5. slake ::
1. fire ::
2. ignite ::
3. kindle ::
4. light ::
Different Formsquench, quenchable, quenched, quencher, quenchers, quenches, quenching, quenchless
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One of the thieves had the audacity
to QUENCH his thirst...
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 13
...and we're being offered a cracker
to QUENCH our thirst.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 18
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