disintegrate definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become reduced to components, fragments, or particles.
    • to get rid of cohesion or unity: pressures that cause people to disintegrate
    • Physics & Chemistry To decompose, decay, or go through a nuclear transformation.
    • To decompose into integrant components.
    • To become decreased to components, fragments, or particles.
    • to get rid of cohesion or unity: pressures that can cause people to disintegrate
    • Physics & Chemistry To decompose, decay, or go through a nuclear transformation.
    • To decompose into integrant parts.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To cause to disintegrate. See Synonyms at decay.
    • To separate into integrant components; to reduce to fragments or even powder; to-break up, or trigger to fall to pieces, as a rock, by blows of a hammer, frost, rain, as well as other technical or atmospheric influences.
    • To cause to disintegrate. See Synonyms at decay.
    • To separate into integrant parts; to reduce to fragments or even to powder; to split up, or trigger to fall to pieces, as a rock, by blows of a hammer, frost, rain, along with other technical or atmospheric influences.
  • verb:
    • To undo the stability of, break into parts.
    • to-fall apart, break-up into an individual's parts.
    • lose a stored cost, magnetic flux, or current
    • break right into parts or components or shed cohesion or unity
    • cause to endure fission or lose particles
    • To undo the integrity of, break right into parts.
    • To fall apart, break up into an individual's parts.
    • drop a stored fee, magnetized flux, or current
    • break into components or components or drop cohesion or unity
    • cause to undergo fission or lose particles
  • others:
    • To separate into component parts; decrease to fragments; split up or destroy the cohesion of: as, Tocks are disintegrated by frost and rainfall.
    • to split up; separate into its component parts.
    • To separate into component parts; lower to fragments; separation or destroy the cohesion of: as, Tocks are disintegrated by frost and rainfall.
    • To break up; individual into its component parts.

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