converted water

converted water

[kən′vərd·əd ′wȯd·ər]
(chemical engineering)
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The converted water tower comes with an eye-watering PS1.5 million price-tag.
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After he converted water into wine, would she make him take out the garbage?
Abdullah bin Abdulrahman Al-Hussein, Majlis Al-Shoura held its ordinary session here today to discuss issues related to Ministry of Water and Electricity's domain, notably investment in the sector of saline converted water.