condensed Definition

  • 1made more compact or dense
  • 2expressed concisely; abridged or shortened

Using condensed: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "condensed" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

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    The condensed milk is thicker and sweeter than regular milk.

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    The book provides a condensed version of the author's original work.

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    The lecture was a condensed summary of the entire course.

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    The movie is a condensed version of the novel.

condensed Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with condensed

  • a type of physical state of matter characterized by high density and low kinetic energy


    Condensed matter physics studies the properties of solids and liquids.

  • a type of soup that has been processed to remove most of its water content, resulting in a thicker consistency


    I usually make my own soup, but when I'm in a hurry, I use condensed soup.

  • a type of chemical formula that shows the atoms and their connectivity in a molecule, but not their spatial arrangement


    The condensed formula for glucose is C6H12O6.

Origins of condensed

from Latin 'condensare', meaning 'to make dense'


Summary: condensed in Brief

The term 'condensed' [kənˈdensd] refers to something that has been made more compact or dense, or expressed concisely. It can describe physical states like 'condensed matter,' or food items like 'condensed soup.' 'Condensed' also applies to shortened versions of books, lectures, or chemical formulas.