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dis·solve (dĭ-zŏlv′)v. dis·solved, dis·solv·ing, dis·solves v.tr.1. a. To cause to pass into solution: dissolve salt in water.b. To reduce (solid matter) to liquid form; melt.c. To cause to lose definition; blend or blur: Morality has finally been dissolved in pity (Leslie Fiedler).2. a. To cause to disappear or vanish; dispel: The sun dissolved the fog. That remark dissolved the tension in the room.b. To break into component parts; disintegrate: The deal dissolved the company into three separate businesses.c. To bring to an end, as by breaking up; terminate or annul: General de Gaulle was returned to power ... with a mandate to dissolve an overseas empire that had turned into a nightmare (Alison Jolly).d. To dismiss (an assembly such as a legislative body).3. To cause to be moved emotionally or upset.v.intr.1. a. To pass into solution: Salt dissolves easily in water.b. To become liquid; melt: The clumps of snow dissolved into puddles.c. To lose definition; become blurred or indistinguishable: The last shadows have dissolved into darkness (Daniel Blajan).2. a. To become disintegrated; disappear: The mist dissolves as the sun rises.b. To be broken up into separate parts: The empire dissolved into many separate countries.c. To be brought to an end; be annulle