Translation of dissolve in Spanish:

dissolve

disolver, v.

Pronunciation /dɪˈzɒlv//dəˈzɑlv/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (in liquid)
    disolver
    • Whatever cleaner you decide to use, give the product or solution time to dissolve and degrease shower walls.
    • I began to try and vainly struggle, tears running down my cheeks and leaving a black trail like discoloured blood as my eyeliner dissolved with the salty solution.
    • It is a fast-working, fog-free, stain-free agent that dissolves easily in cold water, keeps extremely well and produces negatives of very high acutance.
    • The monasteries were to disappear like sugar dissolves in hot liquid.
    • When you notice that the fine particles remain, as slurry on the bottom, and no amount of agitation will get them to dissolve, the solution is now saturated.
    • The jelly can contain a gelling agent which does not easily dissolve and can result in the sweet becoming stuck in a child's throat.
    • Finally, whey protein dissolves easily in water, making it convenient for a protein drink when you're on the go.
    • Poison gas, dissolving slowly in the water, is able to pollute vast areas and get into food chains.
    • Sugar dissolves easily in water; oil does not.
    • Either way, you must warm the solution until the curds dissolve.
    • They dissolve more easily in, for example, sodium dodecyl sulfate or ethanol.
    • It dissolves rather easily and forms Ca + + and SO4 = ions in the soil solution.
    • And living underwater, they are most sensitive to molecules that dissolve easily in water and can thus be swept into their nasal cavities.
    • A neutral charged creatine remains, which can dissolve more completely in water.
    • Jelly sweets made with this ingredient do not dissolve easily and can result in the sweets becoming stuck in a child's throat.
    • As it dissolved on my tongue, I found new inspiration.
    • You can taste good yoghurt through the strawberry, although the fruit dissolves on the tongue.
    • Fine grain sugars are best because they dissolve easily and are distributed evenly, during the mixing and kneading process, evenly browning the dough in the oven.
    • He popped it into his mouth and let it dissolve on his tongue.
  • 2

    • 2.1(dismiss)

      (assembly/parliament) disolver
      • A state assembly being dissolved is big news, sure.
      • After the party prevented Deuba from seeking the extension to the emergency in parliament, Deuba dissolved the assembly for elections two years ahead of schedule.
      • These include the capacity to block legislation, sack governments, dissolve parliament, assume executive power and take control of the armed forces.
      • Nkrumah and all his ministers were dismissed, the CPP and National Assembly were dissolved, and the constitution was suspended.
      • De Gaulle decided to keep on his prime minister and dissolved the Assembly instead.
      • Under the 1997 Constitution, Iloilo, as President, can dissolve the elected parliament and call new elections.
      • The cabinet would also resign, and a junta led by an unnamed general would dissolve the congress.
      • It is widely agreed that the monarch must generally agree to a request from the Prime Minister to dissolve Parliament.
      • The President has dissolved the Assembly and appealed to the people and the army; he establishes universal suffrage, and has arrested his political opponents.
      • Khamenei reacted with the barely disguised threat to dissolve parliament or dismiss the government.
      • Since the state assembly was dissolved, the Modi government has been systematically delisting camps and cutting down on supplies to them.
      • After the meeting was dissolved, some councillors and members of the Feds Executive remained to discuss several issues.
      • Since then it has dissolved the assembly and imposed direct rule.
      • The president was empowered to appoint ministers and dissolve the assembly, holding a monopoly of executive power.
      • He is a constitutional monarch with the power to dissolve the legislative assembly, which is known as the Fono.
      • The response of MacMahon's government of ‘moral Order’ was to counter-attack by dissolving the Assembly and unleashing a punitive purge of local officials and associations.
      • There are reports that government plans to dissolve the assembly and wants to hold polls shortly.
      • Subsequently, the president dissolves Congress and imposes martial law on the country.
      • He also claimed that because a president does not have the right to dissolve the Assembly, the government is driven into a corner and the administration is not properly managed.
      • It is not at all democratic to dissolve an elected assembly before its time has expired.

    • 2.2(break up)

      (marriage/company) disolver
      • The partnership was dissolved by 1905, and Barnsley withdrew from the workshop.
      • As soon as a husband dissolved his marriage, he had to settle all financial obligations towards his former wife.
      • I told him I was dissolving the partnership, then I was made bankrupt.
      • In August 1864 the judge ordered, among other things, that the partnership be dissolved.
      • Limiting a career during marriage, for example, was not the basis for adequate compensation if the marriage was dissolved.
      • In 1974, The Beatles legally dissolved their partnership.
      • But divorce is still not easy when one spouse objects to dissolving the marriage.
      • So we got the whole thing annulled, dissolving the marriage as if it never took place.
      • Generally, church courts do not dissolve marriages, but annul them by declaring that no genuine marriage took place.
      • The marriage is dissolved if it existed, but has come to an end - ‘irretrievable breakdown of marriage’.
      • In 1433, John's wife Alice Russell took him to court claiming he was impotent and demanding the marriage be dissolved.
      • If a marriage is dissolved, the reduced investment in a career is potentially only costly to the spouse emphasizing housework.
      • Their marriage was dissolved after less than a year.
      • She also dissolved her marriage with Buck, never a satisfying relationship, and returned to America.
      • In July 1734 Heidegger dissolved the partnership and handed over the lease of the King's Theatre to the Opera of the Nobility.
      • There will be a mechanism for dissolving partnerships, similar to divorce for married couples and it will oblige provision to be made for the maintenance of a partner's children should the partnership be dissolved.
      • Secondly, with respect to married people, if the marriage was dissolved by divorce after the will was witnessed, the will is void.
      • Through Ezra's efforts, these mixed marriages are dissolved.
      • Under this form of divorce, the woman can dissolve the marriage in the privacy of the home without going to court.
      • He and his brother fell out when their farm partnership was dissolved.


intransitive verb

  • 1

    (in liquid)
    (sugar/salt/pill) disolverse
  • 2

    • 2.1literary (vanish)

      desvanecerse
      to dissolve into thin air esfumarse
      • Without being free of thought, without the thinking having dissolved, vanished, disappeared, there is no way to be liberated or enlightened.
      • The boundaries between the play and the audience dissolved further when a woman in the crowd began sobbing and flailing her arms.
      • Only this system was dissolving now that Peter was sleeping less and waking earlier, and the days and nights seem to run together into one long, dark passage of time- and Peter had picked up a lot of information.
      • And then we dissolved back into the crowd, as if we'd never been there, which we might as well not have been.
      • With no coalition partner, the Society dissolved as France fell into radicalism.
      • Liszt felt a part of him crumble and dissolve, and he suddenly felt empty.
      • The agreement dissolved so easily because both sides had their own interpretations of vague elements, distorting their intended meaning.
      • Imaginary rashes disappeared, ear infections dissolved, and all manner of fictitious itches, maladies and debilitating viruses were vanquished.
      • However, the demonstrators appeared satisfied with the mayor's decision to have the booth removed and the crowd eventually dissolved.
      • He had a kind face full of laughter and merriment, but when on his wrong side the merriment subsided and the laughter dissolved until only a slight semblance of his true self was seen.
      • When this attitude, which maintains duality, is allowed to not be formed, to disappear, to dissolve, to vanish - what is left?
      • Long, graceful fingers were still entangled in his hair, massaging the base of his neck tenderly, and Ikeda's worries dissolved, his fears fading.
      • He is frightened, but seeing the picture of the duchess, Maria Pagés, his worry dissolves as he falls in love with her beauty.
      • They drifted into hostility towards the Tory leader Sir Robert Peel, and dissolved with his fall in 1846.
      • Indeed, I'm sure Brenton would love to say that his case dissolved with the death - or disappearance - of Dino, the kidnapper.
      • But the tableau dissolved and the moment passed.
      • But these settlements eventually dissolved and disappeared.
      • But his trail of thoughts quickly dissolved as he spotted the disappearing red spots on her neck.
      • Two particular universal rights rapidly dissolving in the New Orleans Superdome were racial and sexual equality.
      • Lies were dissolving - even his own had disappeared.

    • 2.2(emotionally)

      to dissolve into tears deshacerse en lágrimas

  • 3

    (assembly/committee) disolverse

noun

Cinema Television Photography

  • 1

    fundido masculine
    • Reel-change markers have been removed, and scene transitions and dissolves are mostly smooth.
    • Opticals can be used for style (as in Star Wars to mimic the 50's matinee episode nature of the narrative) or for effect - using dissolves to show the passage of time.
    • We see how helicopters were used, how scenes were composed, and the before-and-after dissolves of scenes.
    • What works worst is using the technique as a clunky dissolve to segue between scenes.
    • What starts out as another dissolve to a long shot - that of a man walking toward the camera - stops midway.
    • Obviously the faster the processor the better (to allow transitions such as dissolves to be built quickly).
    • He uses split screens, dissolves and transitions to capture the action in the water.
    • This makes for a natural dissolve to the internal workings of the company and, specifically, the Colet boardroom, in which Madame Colet is meeting with her governing board.
    • As we watch the bloody water circle down the drain, Hitchcock makes the famous dissolve to Marion's eye.
    • The camera tilts up towards the roof as snows falls, its gradual whiteness merging into a dissolve to an image of a white screen, which lingers on-screen for a moment before we are cued by the music that the film is over.