bitcoin trading system

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • intransitive verb To cause to spread out freely.
  • intransitive verb To make known to or cause to be used by large numbers of people; disseminate.
  • intransitive verb To make less brilliant; soften.
  • intransitive verb To make less intense; weaken.
  • intransitive verb Physics To cause to undergo diffusion.
  • intransitive verb To become widely dispersed; spread out.
  • intransitive verb Physics To undergo diffusion.
  • adjective Widely spread or scattered; not concentrated.
  • adjective Wordy or unclear: synonym: wordy.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To pour out and spread, as a fluid; cause to flow and spread.
  • To spread abroad; scatter; send out or extend in all directions.
  • Synonyms To scatter, disseminate, circulate, disperse, distribute, propagate.
  • To spread, as a fluid, by the wandering of its molecules in amongst those of a contiguous fluid.
  • Widely spread or diffused; extended; dispersed; scattered.
  • Specifically
  • In pathology, spreading widely and having no distinctively defined limits: as, a diffuse inflammation or suppuration: opposed to circumscribed.
  • In boto, spreading widely and loosely.
  • In embryology, applied to a form of non-deciduate placenta in which the fetal villi form a broad belt.
  • In zoology, sparse; few and scattered, as markings; especially, in entomology, said of punctures, etc., when they are less thickly set than on a neighboring part from which they appear to be scattered off.
  • Prolix; using many words; verbose; rambling: said of speakers and writers or their style.
  • Hard to understand; perplexing; requiring extended effort.
  • Synonyms Loose, rambling, wordy, long-winded, diluted, spun out.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To pour out and cause to spread, as a fluid; to cause to flow on all sides; to send out, or extend, in all directions; to spread; to circulate; to disseminate; to scatter; as to diffuse information.
  • adjective Poured out; widely spread; not restrained; copious; full; esp., of style, opposed to concise or terse; verbose; prolix
  • intransitive verb To pass by spreading every way, to diffuse itself.

from , Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb transitive To spread over or through as in air, water, or other matter, especially by fluid motion or passive means.
  • verb intransitive To be spread over or through as in air, water, or other matter, especially by fluid motion or passive means.
  • adjective Everywhere or throughout everything; not focused or concentrated.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • verb move outward
  • adjective lacking conciseness
  • adjective (of light) transmitted from a broad light source or reflected
  • verb spread or diffuse through
  • verb cause to become widely known
  • adjective spread out; not concentrated in one place

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[From Middle English, dispersed, from Anglo-Norman diffus, from Latin diffūsus, past participle of diffundere, to spread : dis-, out, apart; see dis– + fundere, to pour; see gheu- in Indo-European roots.]

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

Middle English, from Latin diffusus, past participle of diffundere, from dis- + fundere

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

Latin diffusus

Support

Help support Wordnik (and make this page ad-free) by adopting the word diffuse.

Examples

  • This crisis has arisen, the Prof says, because intensive cultivation has given rise to an upward trend in "diffuse" pollution from nitrate💛s and phosphates which is proving difficult to reverse.

  • The object is felt to say something succinctly and forcibly that the inner vision reports vaguely, in diffuse feeling rather than organically.

  • The object is felt to say something succinctly and forcibly that the inner vision reports vaguely, in diffuse feeling rather than organically.

  • The object is felt to say something succinctly and forcibly that the inner vision reports vaguely, in diffuse feeling rather than organically.

  • The object is felt to say something succinctly and forcibly that the inner vision reports vaguely, in diffuse feeling rather than organically.

  • DESCRIPTION: Also called St. Anthony's Fire, erysipelas is characterized by diffuse inflammation o🌊f the skin, or of the subcutaneous cellular tissue, usually with accompanying fever.

  • And in 1995, with Mike Jura at UCLA, we published a paper suggesting that if it was in space, it should be responsible for some very puzzling features that have been known for 90 years called the diffuse interstellar bands.

  • And in 1995, with Mike Jura at UCLA, we published a paper suggesting that if it was in space, it should be responsible for some very puzzling features that have been known for 90 years called the diffuse interstellar bands.

  • How about the definition for the word diffuse, courtesy of Dictionary. com?

  • There are theories that Marie may have had a medical condition termed diffuse alopecia areata, which can💖 result in s𒁃udden hair loss.

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involveꦺd in the co🎃nversation. It's quick and easy.

火狐体育唯一官网 钱柜娱乐(中国)官网 爱游戏注册「正版」 Asia Gaming 爱游戏·(中国)官方网站 蓝冠娱乐|蓝冠娱乐平台 澳门永利网址 完美体育|平台 lanzhoushiyuan.comgxbghs.comguanggaouv.comxuanfangba.comzdceramics.compdyliubaotea.comcenturylightchina.comadajpj.com