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disperse definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to push off or scatter in different directions: law enforcement dispersed the group.
    • To strew or circulate commonly: The aircraft dispersed the leaflets on the city.
    • To cause to vanish or disappear. See Synonyms at scatter.
    • To disseminate (knowledge, for instance).
    • to split up (light) into spectral rays.
    • To circulate (particles) evenly throughout a medium.
    • To scatter abroad; to drive to various components; to circulate; to diffuse; to spread.
    • To scatter, in order to cause to disappear; to dissipate.
    • to push down or scatter in numerous directions: The police dispersed the group.
    • to push off or scatter in various guidelines: law enforcement dispersed the crowd.
    • To strew or circulate commonly: The aircraft dispersed the leaflets over the town.
    • To cause to disappear or disappear. See Synonyms at scatter.
    • To strew or distribute commonly: The aircraft dispersed the leaflets across city.
    • To disseminate (knowledge, as an example).
    • resulting in to vanish or vanish. See Synonyms at scatter.
    • To disseminate (understanding, like).
    • to split up (light) into spectral rays.
    • to separate your lives (light) into spectral rays.
    • To distribute (particles) evenly throughout a medium.
    • To distribute (particles) evenly throughout a medium.
    • To scatter abroad; to drive to different parts; to distribute; to diffuse; to distribute.
    • To scatter overseas; to operate a vehicle to various components; to distribute; to diffuse; to distribute.
    • To scatter, to be able to trigger to disappear; to dissipate.
    • To scatter, to be able to trigger to vanish; to dissipate.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to split up and move around in different instructions; scatter: The crowd dispersed when the concert finished.
    • to-break up and disappear; dissipate: The storm clouds had dispersed by noon.
    • to separate your lives; to go or move into different parts; to disappear
    • To circulate wealth; to share your abundance with other people.
    • to separate your lives and relocate different guidelines; scatter: The crowd dispersed when the show ended.
    • to separate your lives and move in different directions; scatter: the group dispersed after the show ended.
    • to-break up and disappear; dissipate: The violent storm clouds had dispersed by noon.
    • to split up and disappear; dissipate: The violent storm clouds had dispersed by noon.
    • to separate your lives; going or transfer to various components; to vanish
    • To distribute wide range; to generally share a person's abundance with others.
    • to split up; going or transfer to different components; to vanish
    • To circulate wealth; to share with you your variety with others.
  • verb:
    • To scatter in different guidelines
    • To break up-and fade away; to dissipate
    • To disseminate
    • to split up rays of light etc. in accordance with wavelength; to refract
    • To distribute throughout
    • split (light) into spectral rays
    • cause to split up
    • cause to become well known
    • distribute loosely
    • To scatter in various instructions
    • To scatter in numerous guidelines
    • to cause to separate and enter different directions
    • To break up and disappear completely; to dissipate
    • To break up and disappear completely; to dissipate
    • move away from one another
    • To disseminate
    • To disseminate
    • to split up rays of light an such like. according to wavelength; to refract
    • to separate your lives rays of light an such like. according to wavelength; to refract
    • To distribute throughout
    • To circulate throughout
    • split (light) into spectral rays
    • cause to separate your lives
    • cause to be widely known
    • circulate loosely
    • to cause to separate and go in various instructions
    • move away from one another
    • separate (light) into spectral rays
    • cause to separate your lives
    • cause to be well known
    • deliver loosely
    • to cause to separate and enter various instructions
    • move from each other
  • others:
    • To scatter; individual and send off or drive in various instructions; cause to split up in. different guidelines: because, to disperse a crowd.
    • To distribute; dispense.
    • To diffuse; scatter.
    • to create understood; publish.
    • To dissipate; cause to disappear: as, the fog is dispersed.
    • Synonyms and
    • Dispel, Scatter, etc. See dissipate.
    • To circulate, deal ont, disseminate, sow broadcast.
    • To separate and move apart in numerous guidelines without order or regularity; become scattered: as, the business dispersed at 10 o'clock.
    • In order to become diffused or spread; spread.
    • To disappear by diffusion; be spread out of sight.
    • Scattered; dispersed.
    • In optics, to refract by amounts which differ using the wave-length regarding the refracted ray; individual a composite beam of light, into its components, creating a spectrum. See dispersion, 3.
    • To scatter; separate and send off or drive-in different instructions; cause to split up in. various directions: since, to disperse a crowd.
    • To distribute; dispense.
    • To diffuse; spread.
    • To make understood; publish.
    • To dissipate; cause to disappear: because, the fog is dispersed.
    • Synonyms and
    • Dispel, Scatter, etc. See dissipate.
    • To circulate, deal ont, disseminate, sow broadcast.
    • to split up and go aside in different directions without purchase or regularity; become scattered: as, the organization dispersed at 10 o'clock.
    • In order to become diffused or spread; spread.
    • To vanish by diffusion; be scattered away from picture.
    • Scattered; dispersed.
    • In optics, to refract by amounts which vary using the wave-length regarding the refracted ray; individual a composite beam of light, into its components, creating a spectrum. See dispersion, 3.
    • To scatter; individual and send-off or drive in various instructions; cause to separate in. different guidelines: as, to disperse a crowd.
    • To distribute; dispense.
    • To diffuse; scatter.
    • In order to make understood; publish.
    • To dissipate; cause to disappear: because, the fog is dispersed.
    • Synonyms and
    • Dispel, Scatter, etc. See dissipate.
    • To distribute, deal ont, disseminate, sow broadcast.
    • to separate your lives and go apart in numerous guidelines without purchase or regularity; become spread: as, the organization dispersed at 10 o'clock.
    • In order to become diffused or spread; spread.
    • To disappear by diffusion; be scattered out-of picture.
    • Scattered; dispersed.
    • In optics, to refract by amounts which vary with the wave-length associated with the refracted ray; separate a composite laser beam, into its elements, developing a spectrum. See dispersion, 3.
  • noun:
    • a person who or that which disperses: because, a disperser of libels.
    • one that or what disperses: as, a disperser of libels.
    • one that or whatever disperses: since, a disperser of libels.
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