• Definition for "dissolved"
    • which has been disintegrated in a solvent
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dissolved definition

  • adjective:
    • which has been disintegrated in a solvent
    • changed from an excellent to a liquid condition by increase of heat; melted. Opposite of unmelted.
    • sundered by divorce proceedings, separation, or desertion; -- of social bonds and relations.
    • diffused into a liquid of differing substance structure, creating a stable solution; -- stated of chemical compounds.
    • (of solid matter) reduced to a liquid kind
    • that has been disintegrated in a solvent
    • changed from a great to a liquid state by increase of temperature; melted. Opposite of unmelted.
    • sundered by divorce or separation, split, or desertion; -- of social bonds and relations.
    • diffused into a liquid of differing substance composition, creating a well balanced solution; -- stated of substances.
    • (of solid matter) paid off to a liquid kind
    • which has been disintegrated in a solvent
    • changed from a great to a liquid condition by boost of temperature; melted. Opposite of unmelted.
    • sundered by divorce or separation, separation, or desertion; -- of personal bonds and relations.
    • diffused into a liquid of differing chemical structure, creating a well balanced solution; -- stated of substances.
    • (of solid matter) reduced to a liquid kind
  • verb:
    • Easy past tight and past participle of dissolve.
    • Easy last tight and previous participle of dissolve.
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of dissolve.
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