Dissolve Definition

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1. " box " still stick gave albumen of this farinaceous collagen to dissolve the appearance in water, it is better to tell everybody this product and yoghurt drink flavour together. 1
2. "Definitely, Maybe" is a proper Valentine's Day bonbon - a candy heart that tastes sweet, crunches nicely, and dissolves in seconds. 1
3. "We are able to dissolve the amber and get the specimens completely out," said Professor Jes Rust of Bonn University in Germany, who led the team. 1
4. A chelating agent that softens hard tap water by binding with dissolved metal ions, preventing them from being deposited as a yucky residue on your nice clean dishes. 1
5. A fluorescence polarization method has been developed for determination of binding constant of perylene with dissolved fulvic acid. 1
6. A girl's piercing scream dissolved into a cacophony of shouts and cries. 1
7. A kind of disinfectant for blood contaminant can dissolve blood and blood coagulum. 1
8. A lick of colour pulsed out of the engine, dissolved, came again and grew strong. 1
9. A liquid containing iodine dissolved in ethyl alcohol, used an antiseptic for wounds. 1
10. A liquid containing iodine dissolved in ethyl alcohol, used as an antiseptic for wounds. 1
11. A political party in the United States that was opposed to the Federalist Party and was founded by Thomas Jefferson in 792 and dissolved in 828. 1
12. A proteolytic enzyme in plasma that dissolves fibrin and other blood clotting factors. 1
13. A proteolytic enzyme produced by hemolytic streptococci, capable of dissolving fibrin and used medically to dissolve blood clots. 1
14. A referendum to dissolve parliament was held and was said to be accepted by 99.9 percent of the people. 1
15. A single can of dissolvent pollute millions of litres of water. 1
16. A solvent will dissolve more solute with a rise of temperature. 1
17. A Troll stepped unwittingly into a steaming puddle and immediately began to dissolve. 1
18. A violent headache can be safely dissolved within minutes without having to resort to aspirin or paracetamol with their accompanying side-effects. 1
19. About eight teaspoonsful of marine salts dissolved in a gallon of fresh water will afford a suitable hatching medium. 1
20. Acetone is impregnated fabric coating, above, to curing coatings will be dissolved. 1
21. Acetone is the solvent which will dissolve the acetylene gas charged into the cylinder. 1
22. Acetylene is a flammable gas stored in cylinders as a dissolved gas. 1
23. Acetylene, when not dissolved in a solvent (free acetylene at pressures above 15 pounds per square inch gauge (psig). 1
24. Acetylene, when not dissolved in a solvent (free acetylene, can begin to dissociate (decompose. 1
25. Add four tablespoons of dried milk to a pint of cold water, and stir until dissolved. 1
26. Add salt and nonfat dry milk powder, whisking rapidly until milk granules are dissolved into a smooth sauce. 1
27. Add the gelatine powder into rose syrup, stir over boiling water until dissolves. Leave to cool. 1
28. Add the kilo of sugar and stir water, sugar and wort until they are more or less dissolved. 1
29. Add the lemon juice and sugar. Place in small saucepan and heat on medium just until the sugar dissolves. 1
30. Adding concentrated nitric acid, copper dissolves to form a blue solution. 1




dissolves (third person present) · dissolved (past tense) · dissolved (past participle) · dissolving (present participle)

  - (with reference to a solid) become or cause to become incorporated into a liquid so as to form a solution.

  - close down or dismiss (an assembly or official body).


dissolves (plural noun)

  - (in a movie) an act or instance of moving gradually from one picture to another.


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