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How to Pronounce dissolution?

Correct pronunciation for the word "dissolution" is [dˌɪsəlˈuːʃən], [dˌɪsəlˈuːʃən], [d_ˌɪ_s_ə_l_ˈuː_ʃ_ə_n].

Definition of dissolution

  1. The act of liquefying or melting; the reduction of a body into very minute parts by a solvent, as of salts in water; decomposition, solution or death; the separation of the soul and body; destruction or the separation of the parts which compose a connected system or body; the breaking up of an assembly, or the putting an end to its existence; dissoluteness. Dissolution of the blood, that state of the blood in which, when withdrawn from the body, it does not readily coagulate on cooling, as in malignant fevers. See Dissolve.

Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language By Nuttall, P.Austin

What are similar-sounding words for dissolution?

What is the present tense of Dissolution?

  • The personal forms of the verb "dissolution" in the present tense are as follows:

  • - I dissolve

  • - You dissolve

  • - He/She/It dissolves

  • - We dissolve

  • - You dissolve

  • - They dissolve
  • What is the past tense of Dissolution?

  • The personal forms of the verb "dissolution" in past tense are:

  • 1. I dissolved

  • 2. You dissolved

  • 3. He/she/it dissolved

  • 4. We dissolved

  • 5. You dissolved

  • 6. They dissolved
  • What is the adverb for dissolution?

    The adverb form of the word "dissolution" is "dissolutely".

    What is the adjective for dissolution?

    The adjective form of the word "dissolution" is "dissolutive".

    Usage over time for dissolution:

    This graph shows how "dissolution" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

    What is the plural form of dissolution?

    The plural of the "dissolution" can be the "dissolutions".

    What is the singular form of dissolution?

    The singular of the "dissolution" can be the "dissolution".

    Synonyms for Dissolution:


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