diffuse definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To put on and trigger to distribute freely.
    • To distribute about or scatter; disseminate.
    • to help make less brilliant; soften.
    • To pour down and trigger to spread, as a fluid; to cause to flow on all sides; to distribute, or extend, everywhere; to distribute; to flow; to disseminate; to scatter; concerning diffuse information.
    • To pour down and cause to spread freely.
    • To distribute about or scatter; disseminate.
    • To make less brilliant; soften.
    • To pour away and cause to spread, as a fluid; resulting in to flow-on all sides; to send-out, or increase, everywhere; to distribute; to move; to disseminate; to scatter; on diffuse information.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • In order to become commonly dispersed; disseminate.
    • Physics to endure diffusion.
    • to pass through by distributing every way, to diffuse itself.
    • To become commonly dispersed; spread-out.
    • Physics To undergo diffusion.
    • to pass through by dispersing every way, to diffuse it self.
  • adjective:
    • commonly spread or spread; maybe not focused.
    • described as verbosity; wordy. See Synonyms at wordy.
    • every where or throughout every little thing; not concentrated or concentrated.
    • Poured out; widely spread; maybe not restrained; copious; complete; esp., of style, against concise or terse; verbose; prolix
    • lacking conciseness
    • (of light) sent from a diverse light source or reflected
    • spread-out; perhaps not concentrated within one location
    • Widely spread or spread; maybe not concentrated.
    • Characterized by verbosity; wordy. See Synonyms at wordy.
    • every where or throughout everything; maybe not concentrated or concentrated.
    • Poured out; widely spread; maybe not restrained; copious; full; esp., of style, against concise or terse; verbose; prolix
    • lacking conciseness
    • (of light) transmitted from an easy light source or reflected
    • disseminate; maybe not concentrated in a single destination
  • verb:
    • To spread-over or through as with environment, liquid, or other matter, specifically by liquid motion or passive means.
    • becoming spread over or through such as atmosphere, liquid, or any other matter, particularly by fluid motion or passive means.
    • move outward
    • scatter or diffuse through
    • cause in order to become widely known
    • To spread over or through such as environment, liquid, or any other matter, especially by liquid motion or passive means.
    • to-be spread over or through such as air, water, or any other matter, specifically by liquid motion or passive means.
    • move outward
    • spread or diffuse through
    • cause to be well regarded
  • others:
    • To pour down and spread, as a fluid; cause to flow and spread.
    • To distribute abroad; scatter; send-out or expand in all directions.
    • Synonyms To scatter, disseminate, move, disperse, circulate, propagate.
    • To distribute, as a fluid, by the wandering of their particles in amongst those of a contiguous substance.
    • commonly spread or diffused; extended; dispersed; spread.
    • especially
    • In pathology, dispersing extensively and having no distinctively defined restrictions: as, a diffuse inflammation or suppuration: opposed to circumscribed.
    • In boto, spreading commonly and loosely.
    • In embryology, applied to a type of non-deciduate placenta in which the fetal villi form an extensive gear.
    • In zoology, sparse; couple of and scattered, as markings; particularly, in entomology, stated of punctures, etc., if they are less thickly set than on a neighboring part that they seem to be spread down.
    • Prolix; using many words; verbose; rambling: said of speakers and writers or their particular design.
    • challenging understand; perplexing; needing extended effort.
    • Synonyms Loose, rambling, wordy, long-winded, diluted, spun-out.
    • To put out and distribute, as a fluid; cause to move and spread.
    • To spread abroad; scatter; send or increase everywhere.
    • Synonyms To scatter, disseminate, circulate, disperse, circulate, propagate.
    • To distribute, as a fluid, by the wandering of the molecules in amongst those of a contiguous liquid.
    • commonly spread or diffused; extended; dispersed; spread.
    • Specifically
    • In pathology, dispersing widely and having no distinctively defined limits: since, a diffuse swelling or suppuration: opposed to circumscribed.
    • In boto, dispersing widely and loosely.
    • In embryology, placed on a form of non-deciduate placenta where fetal villi form an easy buckle.
    • In zoology, sparse; few and spread, as markings; specially, in entomology, stated of punctures, etc., when they're less thickly set than on a neighboring part from which they appear to be scattered off.
    • Prolix; using numerous words; verbose; rambling: said of speakers and article authors or their particular style.
    • Hard to comprehend; perplexing; needing extended energy.
    • Synonyms Loose, rambling, wordy, long-winded, diluted, spun out.

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