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Definition of "dissolved" [dissolved]

  • To go or cause to go into solution (verb)
  • To become or cause to become liquid; melt (verb)
  • To disintegrate or disperse (verb)
  • To come or bring to an end (verb)
  • To dismiss (a meeting, parliament, etc) or (of a meeting, etc) to be dismissed (verb)
  • To collapse or cause to collapse emotionally (verb)
  • To lose or cause to lose distinctness or clarity (verb)
  • To terminate legally, as a marriage, etc (verb)
  • To fade out one scene and replace with another to make two scenes merge imperceptibly (fast dissolve) or slowly overlap (slow dissolve) over a period of about three or four seconds (verb)
  • A scene filmed or televised by dissolving (noun)
  • That has been disintegrated in a solvent (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of dissolve. (verb)

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Use "dissolved" in a sentence
  • "The title dissolved to a book-lined study, a slow zoom to a close-up of a distinguished host in soft hat and satin ascot, turning a giant globe with one paw."
  • "Question 2: What is the mass balance equation for the quantity of CO2 to remain dissolved in solution for all the waterbodies of the world?"
  • "Then she pressed herself closer to him, murmuring something in Gaelic, and his expression dissolved in shock."