dissolve


dissolve
dis·solve vt dis·solved, dis·solv·ing: to bring about the dissolution of
dis·solv·able adj

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

dissolve
I (disperse) verb atomize, decompose, diffuse, disintegrate, dispel, dissipate, dissolvere, evanesce, intersperse, liquefacere, melt away, radiate, scatter, spread II (separate) verb break apart, break up, decentralize, demobilize, detach, disband, disconnect, disengage, disjoin, dismantle, dispart, dissever, dissociate, disunite, divide, divorce, part, set asunder, sever, split up, sunder, take apart, uncouple, undo III (terminate) verb abort, abrogate, break up, bring to an end, bring to conclusion, call off, cancel, cease, conclude, desist, destroy, disband, discontinue, dispose of, draw to a close, efface, effect a dissolution, end, erase, expire, finish, halt, neutralize, nullify, obliterate, quash, render inert, revoke, split up, stop, undo, vitiate, wipe out associated concepts: dissolving an injunction foreign phrases:
- Eddem modo quo quid constituitur, dissolvitur. — Anything is dissolved in the same manner in which it is made binding
IV index abate (extinguish), abolish, abrogate (annul), cancel, degenerate, destroy (efface), disappear, discharge (release from obligation), discontinue (abandon), discontinue (break continuity), disintegrate, disorganize, dispel, disperse (scatter), dissipate (spread out), eliminate (eradicate), eradicate, erode, extirpate, interrupt, nullify, obliterate, part (separate), quash, recess, renege, repudiate, rescind, revoke, separate, sever

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


dissolve
v.
To close, annul, or end; to end the legal existence of a corporation. See also dissolution

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.


dissolve
To terminate; abrogate; cancel; annul; disintegrate. To release or unloose the binding force of anything.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


dissolve
To terminate; abrogate; cancel; annul; disintegrate. To release or unloose the binding force of anything.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

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  • Dissolve — Dis*solve , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Dissolved}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Dissolving}.] [L. dissolvere, dissolutum; dis + solvere to loose, free. See {Solve}, and cf. {Dissolute}.] 1. To separate into competent parts; to disorganize; to break up; hence, to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dissolve — dis‧solve [dɪˈzɒlv ǁ dɪˈzɑːlv] verb [transitive] to bring a company or partnership to an end officially: • He announced that he was dissolving the company because of financial problems. * * * dissolve UK US /dɪˈzɒlv/ verb [T] ► to end an official …   Financial and business terms

  • dissolve — [di zälv′, dizôlv′] vt., vi. dissolved, dissolving [ME dissolven < L dissolvere, to loosen < dis , apart + solvere, to loosen: see SOLVE] 1. to make or become liquid; liquefy; melt 2. to merge with a liquid; pass or make pass into solution… …   English World dictionary

  • dissolve — [v1] melt from solid to liquid; mix in defront, deliquesce, diffuse, fluidify, flux, fuse, liquefy, liquesce, render, run, soften, thaw, waste away; concepts 469,702 Ant. coagulate, concentrate, solidify, unmix dissolve [v2] disappear,… …   New thesaurus

  • dissolve — ► VERB 1) (with reference to a solid) become or cause to become incorporated into a liquid so as to form a solution. 2) (with reference to an assembly or body) close down, dismiss, or annul. 3) (dissolve into/in) subside uncontrollably into (an… …   English terms dictionary

  • Dissolve — Dis*solve , v. i. 1. To waste away; to be dissipated; to be decomposed or broken up. [1913 Webster] 2. To become fluid; to be melted; to be liquefied. [1913 Webster] A figure Trenched in ice, which with an hour s heat Dissolves to water, and doth …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dissolve — late 14c. (transitive and intransitive) to break up (of material substances), from L. dissolvere to loosen up, break apart, from dis apart (see DIS (Cf. dis )) + solvere to loose, loosen (see SOLVE (Cf. solve)). Meaning to disband (an assembly)… …   Etymology dictionary

  • dissolve — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, from Latin dissolvere, from dis + solvere to loosen more at solve Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. a. to cause to disperse or disappear ; destroy < do not dissolve and deface the laws of charity Fran …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • dissolve — dissolvability, dissolvableness, n. dissolvable, adj. dissolver, n. dissolvingly, adv. /di zolv /, v. dissolved, dissolving, n. v.t. 1. to make a solution of, as by mixing with a liquid; pass into solution: to dissolve salt in water. 2. to melt;… …   Universalium

  • dissolve */*/ — UK [dɪˈzɒlv] / US [dɪˈzɑlv] verb Word forms dissolve : present tense I/you/we/they dissolve he/she/it dissolves present participle dissolving past tense dissolved past participle dissolved 1) a) [intransitive] if a solid substance dissolves in a… …   English dictionary