dehumidifier


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dehumidifier

 [de″hu-mid´ĭ-fi″er]
an apparatus for reducing the content of moisture in the atmosphere.

de·hu·mid·i·fi·er

(dē'hyū-mid'i-fī-ĕr)
Equipment used to remove moisture from room air.
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