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01. We have decided to buy a water [filter] for our tap at home in order to be sure our drinking water is clean.
02. Some whales eat by [filtering] water through their mouths, and swallowing the small animals that are trapped by a structure known as the baleen.
03. You'll need to put a good [filter] on your camera in this bright light.
04. You should either [filter] or boil your water when you go camping.
05. My wife bought a reusable coffee [filter] for her coffee machine.
06. Light [filtered] into the room through the branches of the chestnut tree outside her bedroom window.
07. My neighbors bought a water [filter] to use on their taps, but I don't think it is necessary.
08. Clams eat by taking in water through an organ called the siphon, and [filtering] out their food before expelling the excess water.
09. To measure the color of a star, scientists pass the light through [filters].
10. Many homes have a special device on their taps to [filter] their water for drinking.
11. Nose hair serves the same purpose as the air [filter] in your car.
12. To [filter] unwanted substances out of the blood, your kidneys contain thousands of tiny tubes adding up to about 40 miles in length.
13. According to Georg Simmel, urbanites cope with high levels of stimulation by developing [filtering] techniques.
14. In 1908, the process of chlorination was first used extensively at U.S. water treatment plants, producing water 10 times purer than when [filtered].
15. Elements of Buddhism [filtered] into China along the Silk Route from around the first century.
16. [Filtration] of the village's drinking water has reduced disease considerably.
17. David Suzuki notes that soil is Earth's primary [filter], cleansing and recycling water and decaying material.

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  • Filter [1] — Filter. Strömt eine Flüssigkeit so durch einen porösen Körper, daß die in ersterer enthaltenen Suspensionen dem letzteren durch Adhäsion verbleiben[26] oder sich vor demselben festlegen, so nennt man den Vorgang Filtration, den Körper das Filter… …   Lexikon der gesamten Technik

  • Filter — may refer to: Chemistry, engineering and materials In chemistry, engineering, or household usage, a device to separate mixtures. See: * Filter (chemistry) * Water filter * Air filter * Oil filter * Pneumatic filter Optics and photography In… …   Wikipedia

  • Filter — Состав 2008 года в Кувейте …   Википедия

  • Filter — (m., n., nach fr. filtrer, it. feltrare, „durchseihen“; ursprünglich „durch Filz laufen lassen“ zu germanisch *felt „Filz“) steht für: Geräte, Bauteile oder Baugruppen: Filter (Elektrotechnik), eine elektrische Schaltung, die bestimmte Frequenzen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Filter — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Filter Información personal Origen Cleveland, Ohio, Estados Unidos …   Wikipedia Español

  • filter — [fil′tər] n. [ME filtre < OFr < ML filtrum, feltrum, felt, fulled wool (used for straining liquors) < Gmc: see FELT1] 1. a device for separating solid particles, impurities, etc. from a liquid or gas by passing it through a porous… …   English World dictionary

  • Filter — Fil ter, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Filtered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Filtering}] [Cf. F. filter. See {Filter}, n., and cf. {Filtrate}.] To purify or defecate, as water or other liquid, by causing it to pass through a filter. [1913 Webster] {Filtering paper} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Filter — Pays d’origine  États Unis, Cleveland (Ohio) Genre musical Rock industriel Post grunge …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Filter — Sm std. (16. Jh., Form 19. Jh.) Entlehnung. Zunächst in lateinischer Form entlehnt aus ml. filtrum n., eigentlich (Seihgerät aus) Filz , dieses aus g. * filta Filz (Filz), wohl über das Niederfränkische. Verbum: filtern, filtrieren.    Ebenso… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • Filter — Fil ter, n. [F. filtre, the same word as feutre felt, LL. filtrum, feltrum, felt, fulled wool, this being used for straining liquors. See {Feuter}.] Any porous substance, as cloth, paper, sand, or charcoal, through which water or other liquid may …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Filter [2] — Filter. In neuerer Zeit haben die Schnellfilter Verbreitung gefunden. Sie werden verwendet: 1. zur Klärung natürlich trüben Rohwassers für gewerbliche Zwecke; 2. zur Klärung von chemisch vorbehandeltem Wasser; 3. zur Vorbehandlung von Wasser vor… …   Lexikon der gesamten Technik