"Condensed" vs "Condensated"
In discussions, I sometimes see the word "condensated" used as a verb, rather than "condensed," which is what I would used when the verb is required (we're not talking about "condensation," the noun). Maybe my age is showing; I don't know, but when I see "condensated" used as a verb I keep thinking it's wrong. I googled on definitions and one vs the other, with no luck. Can someone provide an acceptable decision as to whether "condensated" is valid as a verb, which would be the past tense of "condensate" used as a verb, which I also think would be incorrect, with "condense" being the correct verb?
Posted Wed, 03/06/2013 - 20:22
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