degrease

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degrease

Definitions by Wordnik

  1. (verb-transitive) To remove grease from: degrease machinery.

Examples by Wordnik

  1. When cool, cover, refrigerate for several hours and then degrease. - The Pi
  2. When skin is browned and crisp, degrease the pan once more and turn heat up to medium-high. - Seared Duck with Prunes and Hoisin
  3. For much of the 20th century, carbon tetrachloride was regarded as a miracle chemical: It was used to put out fires, degrease machines, kill bugs, dry-clean clothing and even help stamp collectors detect forgeries. - Toxic 'carbon tet' lingers in air near schools
  4. Remove from broiler and set the breasts on paper towels to degrease. - Anyone have any good recipes for pheasant? I just recently killed my first few and am looking for a way to cook them up.
  5. Yes | No | Report from cooner wrote 36 weeks 22 hours ago take your scope off check the bases to be sure they are tight if they are loose remove and degrease and lock tight them and reassemble the rings securely. your rings can be tight but if the bases are loose forget it its just as bad as loose rings. - I have always had trouble getting my .30-06 sighted in as well as keeping it sighted in from year to year. Any suggestions?

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