effuse definition

  • adjective:
    • Botany Spreading out loosely.
    • spread-out
    • Poured out freely; profuse.
    • Disposed to pour away freely; prodigal.
    • Spreading loosely, especially on a single part.
    • getting the lips, or sides, of this aperture abruptly distributing; -- said of certain shells.
    • Botany Spreading out loosely.
    • disseminate
    • Poured out easily; profuse.
    • Disposed to pour aside easily; prodigal.
    • Spreading loosely, especially using one side.
    • obtaining the lips, or edges, of this aperture suddenly dispersing; -- stated of certain shells.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To put aside (a liquid).
    • To radiate; diffuse.
    • To pour away like a stream or freely; resulting in to exude; to lose.
    • To put completely (a liquid).
    • To radiate; diffuse.
    • To put out like a stream or freely; to cause to exude; to lose.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To spread or flow out.
    • To ooze forth; exude.
    • To emanate; to issue.
    • To spread or move out.
    • To ooze forth; exude.
    • To emanate; to issue.
  • verb:
    • to emit; to give down
    • to gush; is excitedly talkative and excited about some thing
    • to leak away through a small opening
    • hand out or give off (also metaphorically)
    • circulation or spill forth
    • afin de completely
    • to emit; to offer off
    • to gush; become excitedly talkative and thinking about one thing
    • to leak down through a tiny gap
    • hand out or emit (additionally metaphorically)
    • movement or spill forth
    • afin de aside
  • noun:
    • Effusion; loss.
    • Effusion; outpouring; reduction; waste.
    • Effusion; loss.
    • Effusion; outpouring; reduction; waste.
  • others:
    • To pour out, as a fluid; spill; shed.
    • Poured out freely; profuse.
    • In botany: Very loosely spreading, as a panicle, etc.
    • In lichenology, disseminate without definite type or figure: in opposition to effigurate.
    • In zoology: In conchology, placed on shells where aperture is not whole behind, however the lips are separated by a gap or groove.
    • In entomology, loosely joined; composed of parts which are practically separated from another: in opposition to compact or coarctate.
    • To move, as a fluid, through an aperture or through a porous partition the openings by which tend to be huge weighed against the diameter of a molecule.
    • To pour on, as a fluid; spill; shed.
    • Poured out freely; profuse.
    • In botany: Very loosely spreading, as a panicle, etc.
    • In lichenology, spread out without definite form or figure: against effigurate.
    • In zoology: In conchology, applied to shells where in fact the aperture is certainly not whole behind, however the lips are separated by a gap or groove.
    • In entomology, loosely joined; consists of components that are very nearly divided from one another: opposed to compact or coarctate.
    • To move, as a fluid, through an aperture or through a porous partition the open positions by which tend to be big compared to the diameter of a molecule.

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