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dissolve meaning

[ di'zɔlv ]   Pronunciation:
Synonyms of "dissolve""dissolve" in a sentence
  • Verb: dissolve  di'zólv
    1. Become weaker
    Noun: dissolve  di'zólv
    1. (film) a gradual transition from one scene to the next; the next scene is gradually superimposed as the former scene fades out

    Derived forms: dissolved, dissolving, dissolves

    See also: dissolution, dissolvent

    Type of: alter, break down, break up, change, change integrity, change state, discomfit, discompose, disconcert, disintegrate, end, flux, liquefy, liquify, lose it, modify, snap, terminate, transition, turn, untune, upset

    Encyclopedia: Dissolve

  • [Business]
    AmE / verb [+ obj or no obj]

    to officially end a contract or business relationship; to come to an end:

    The airline is seeking to dissolve its contract with the union.

    The partnership dissolved in 2004.

    Their marketing division is being dissolved.

  • [Medicine]
    vb dis·solved; dis·solv·ing vt
    1 : to cause to pass into solution ‹dissolve sugar in water›
    2 : to cause to melt or liquefy
    ¦ vi
    1 : to become fluid
    2 : to pass into solution — dis·solv·able adj — dis·solv·er n
  • dissolved minerals are also lost by windage.
  • Whereas i am hot, and fire dissolves ice.
  • Paraffin has the property of dissolving grease.
  • Camphor dissolves in alcohol, but not in water.
  • All of these will dissolve into nothingness.
  • Most of the genuine monopolies were dissolved.
  • The ice forms early and dissolves late in the north.
  • Her control dissolved totally.
  • Nim's tension of a moment earlier dissolved.
  • Time dissolves all things.
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