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Dissolve

To terminate; abrogate; cancel; annul; disintegrate. To release or unloose the binding force of anything.

The dissolution of something is the act of disorganizing or disuniting it, as in marriage, contracts, or corporations.

dissolve

(Disperse), verb atomize, decompose, diffuse, disintegrate, dispel, dissipate, dissolvere, evanesce, intersperse, liquefacere, melt away, radiate, scatter, spread

dissolve

(Separate), verb break apart, break up, demobilize, detach, disband, disconnect, disjoin, dismantle, dispart, dissever, dissociate, divide, divorce, part, set asunder, sever, split up, sunder, take apart, uncouple, undo

dissolve

(Terminate), verb abort, abrogate, break up, bring to an end, bring to conclusion, call off, cancel, cease, conclude, desist, destroy, disband, discontinue, dispose of, draw to a close, efface, effect a dissolution, end, erase, finish, halt, neutralize, nullify, obliterate, quash, render inert, revoke, split up, stop, undo, vitiate, wipe out
Associated concepts: dissolving an injunction
Foreign phrases: Eddem modo quo quid constituitur, dissolvitur.Anything is dissolved in the same manner in which it is made binding.
See also: abandon, abate, abolish, abrogate, annul, cancel, degenerate, destroy, disappear, discharge, discontinue, disintegrate, disorganize, dispel, disperse, dissipate, efface, eliminate, eradicate, erode, extinguish, extirpate, interrupt, nullify, obliterate, part, quash, recess, renege, repudiate, rescind, revoke, separate, sever
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This travel gives it plenty of opportunity to dissolve minerals and contaminants.
It is therefore important that you consult your lawyer to properly assess your company's requirements, should you ever decided to wind up and dissolve your company.
The enteric coating dissolves when the beadlets empty into the small intestine, the site of drug absorption.
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Thrombolytics may be used to dissolve a blood clot in a vein deep within the body, often in the legs (deep vein thrombosis).
In early December last year, HH the Amir issued a decree to dissolve the parliament, issuing another decree a few days later inviting Kuwaitis to elect a new parliament on February 2.
Pressed into the skin, the microneedles quickly dissolve in bodily fluids, leaving only the water-soluble backing.
Like most solids, gold's solubility (measure of how well a solute can dissolve in a solvent) decreases as the temperature drops.
For those individuals who prefer a buffet-style approach to novel writing, Jonathan Luckett's third novel, Dissolve, is sure to satisfy their palates with its varied portions of erotica, mystery and psychological thriller.
The samples where inoculants did not fully dissolve only contained small particles of gray iron and refractory material.
Amine oxides dissolve cellulose without the issues of the chemical reactions in rayon manufacturing, says Frey, but it's not as flexible a process as the rayon process--the types of fibers that can be made have properties in a fairly limited range.