Verb(1) distribute loosely(2) to cause to separate and go in different directions(3) cause to separate(4) move away from each other(5) separate (light(6) cause to become widely known
(1) The particles are referred to as the disperse phase while the other phase is termed the dispersion medium or continuous phase.(2) Technically, the liquid which forms droplets is known as the disperse phase, and the liquid in which these drops are scattered is known as the dispersion medium.(3) We had such hot weather and there wasn't a lot of wind to disperse it.(4) There was no wind to disperse the odor that hung over Kumar like a malignant bouquet: raw kerosene, raw vegetables, raw sewage.(5) Is there any indication in the tapes that they have learned how to disperse it over a wide area, say in a public theater, or a train station?(6) These variables allow to control the diameter of the disperse phase droplets (emulsion or microemulsion).(7) Interior minister Francois Boko said soldiers had fired warning shots to disperse a crowd of protesters who had surrounded their vehicle in the neighbourhood of Be, an opposition stronghold.(8) About 30 firefighters from across the county battled for more than four hours to spray water onto the gas cloud in a bid to disperse it.(9) The location could not have been better: within easy reach of Washington, yet protected by the Allegheny mountains and with prevailing winds from Canada to disperse any radiation.(10) The voices of the towns people broke out into a hive of excited chatter as they began to disperse in different directions.(11) Aerobic activities like cross-country skiing demand thin layers that rapidly disperse sweat and body heat - keeping you cool, not warm.(12) The ceilings are configured to disperse reflected light evenly throughout the rooms.(13) He reasoned that any effect due to nearby cities would be more pronounced in calm conditions, when the wind could not disperse the heat.(14) On the 23rd, cold and dry weather blew in from the East, and this caused the clouds to disperse , lifting the veil that the Germans had been fighting under.(15) In a repeat of Sunday's clashes, police in full riot gear charged the protesters and used water cannons to disperse the angry crowds.(16) End result: clear skies letting in the sun and no strong winds to disperse the heat.
(1) to disperse :: at sprede
2. dissipate ::
3. scatter ::
4. diffuse ::
1. assemble ::
2. cluster ::
3. collect ::
4. concentrate ::
5. congregate ::
6. gather ::
Different Formsdisperse, dispersed, disperses, dispersing
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