Synonym: dispel, disperse, scatter, spread, squander, waste. Antonym: accumulate. Similar words: anticipate, participate, dissident, dissimilar, dissimilarity, gossip, antipathy, emancipation. Meaning: ['dɪsɪpeɪt] v. 1. to cause to separate and go in different directions 2. move away from each other 3. spend frivolously and unwisely 4. live a life or pleasure, especially with respect to alcoholic consumption.
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1) In her youth she seemed to dissipate almost compulsively.
2) The police managed to dissipate the mob in minutes.
3) He wound down the windows to dissipate the heat.
4) One of the ways to dissipate perspiration is by convection.
5) The office boy tried to dissipate the smoke by opening a window of the meeting room.
6) Whereas resistive potential dividers dissipate electrical power, capacitive dividers do not.
7) The net effect of these factors is to dissipate the energy of the returning hammer.
8) Don't dissipate your efforts.
9) The other method is to dissipate the extra 3. 2 kilometers per second by passing through the upper atmosphere.
10) An evaporation system is used to dissipate heat from the sun and protect the shuttle's electronics.
11) He wanted to dissipate his anger before making the next phone call.
12) Firstly, gas is lighter than air and leakages dissipate in the atmosphere rather than forming a local hazard.
13) An hour's walk in the countryside will dissipate any uncomfortable feelings absorbed from others.
14) More efficient drives dissipate less heat and hence require smaller heat sinks-traditionally the largest component.
15) As penniless brokers they often had to dissipate energy on make-do and mend activities.
16) These fluctuations dissipate with height.
17) They dissipate all night and sleep all day.
18) The body must dissipate heat as fast as it produces it.
19) When you feel tension building,[http://sentencedict.com/dissipate.html] find something fun to do. You'll find that the stress you feel will dissipate and your thoughts will become clearer.
20) The flames were now extinguished, windows had been opened in the top gallery and the smoke was beginning to dissipate.
21) Such systems are highly initial-condition sensitive, so it might seem that they can not dissipate disturbance at all.
22) While grief is fresh, every attempt to divert only irritates. You must wait till it be digested, and then amusement will dissipate the remains of it. Samuel Johnson
23) My father waited for the energy of my attack to dissipate.
24) When the man got vanilla, engine was still too hot for the vapor lock to dissipate.
25) Type of radioactive disintegration (see radioactivity) in which some unstable atomic nuclei dissipate excess energy by spontaneously ejecting an alpha particle.
26) Occasionally there would be the days when my depression would dissipate temporarily.
27) From this significance,(sentencedict.com) it is not only necessary but very urgent to introduce Dissipate Structure Theory to instruct the positivistic research in translation teaching.
28) According to current engineering hydrodynamics, there's positively constant head loss in Bernoulli's theorem for identical stream line in viscous fluid, which can later turn into heat and dissipate.
29) A latching relay will minimize this effect because the coil will dissipate power for only an instant.
30) The heat dissipating device for the expansion card can further dissipate heat of the heating element of the expansion card to improve the heat dissipating efficiency of the whole system.
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