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to distill: to purify, to extract one thing from another
Please distill the water before I drink it. I have a very delicate stomach.
- "These fragrances have already been distilled and bottled, so you can see the bind we're in."
- "In brief: you say these perfumes have already been distilled and bottled, which means we cannot re-bottle them and sell them as different fragrances entirely, and from what Philip tells me, it would be an extraordinary feat to convince any of our current distributors to purchase some 10,000 bottles of an outdated perfume."
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