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acid in chemistry, any of a group of substances that usu. dissolve in water, have a sour taste, and form salts in reaction with bases. (Cf. base.) [1/7 definitions]
deliquesce to melt away; dissolve. [2/3 definitions]
disband to break up or dissolve (an organization or organized group). [1/2 definitions]
exhaust to remove or dissolve away (contaminants). [1/11 definitions]
globulin in many plant and animal tissues, any of a number of simple proteins that will dissolve in a weak solution of salt and water, though not in water alone, and will coagulate when heat is applied.
insoluble impossible to dissolve, esp. in a given liquid. [1/2 definitions]
-lyze to dissolve, decompose, disintegrate, or the like.
macerate to cause to separate into components or dissolve by soaking. [1/4 definitions]
melt to cause to gradually blend into solution; dissolve. [1/8 definitions]
redissolve combined form of dissolve.
saturate in chemistry, to cause (a substance) to absorb or dissolve another substance to capacity. [1/6 definitions]
solvent able to dissolve another substance. [2/3 definitions]
trustbuster a person, esp. a federal officer, who strives to dissolve business trusts through vigorous use of antitrust statutes.
turpentine to thin, dissolve, or otherwise treat with turpentine. [1/4 definitions]