lose water

lose water

[′lüz ′wȯd·ər]
(petroleum engineering)
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Humans constantly lose water via sweat, urine and even in our breath, which is why it needs replenished.
Nutritionist Peter Kuria told the Star that since most 8 am -5 Pm jobs are office-based and no physical activities are involved, it is good to avoid deep-fried foods which tend to lose water and absorb fat, increasing the calorie content.
Evergreens continue to lose water through their leaves during winter and can be affected more quickly as temperatures begin to warm up in late winter.
We sweat, in particular if it is a very hot night, and we lose water through breathing and not forgetting that we lose water through our bladder; not just during the day.
Because of the out-dated water management strategy, we lose water worth $21 billion annually, Indus River System Authority (IRSA) lamented last year.
If not, the high areas of Montalban, San Mateo, Marikina, and other parts of Metro Manila may lose water supply, not permanently, but there will be outages,' Carpio said in a briefing yesterday,
Heat exhaustion happened when people become very hot and start to lose water or salt from the body, where as heat stroke means the body can no longer cool itself causing the person's body temperature to become dangerously high, he said.
Even something as inconsequential as breathing causes our body to lose water, the research read.
"Under these circumstances, the City of Beaumont anticipates it will lose water pressure throughout the city within the next three to four hours," the city posted in a statement at 12:30 a.m., early Thursday morning.
"As temperatures rise, it is likely we will lose water at a faster rate and need to top this up more regularly.
But the broken hydrant on Soho Street, Everton Brow, was causing some residents to lose water, and lowering water pressure in houses last night.