fog caused by cold air flowing over a body of comparatively warm water, the vapor condensing in small convective columns near the water surface and giving the appearance of smoke or steam.
- Steam-generating heavy-water reactor
noun 1. a nuclear reactor using heavy water as the moderator, light water (H2O) as the coolant, and uranium oxide cased in zirconium alloy as the fuel SGHWR
noun 1. a hammer for forging, operated by steam.
noun 1. heat obtained by the circulation of steam in pipes, radiators, etc.
[steem-hee-tid] /ˈstimˈhi tɪd/ adjective 1. heated by steam.