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Adjective
Having been distributed or scattered over a wide area
“Some plants, like wind-pollinated pine, produce vast quantities of widely dispersed pollen.”
Adjective
Spanning or spread over a wide area
“Yet very little is known about the ways in which global religions manage the widespread nature of their organizations and the dispersed tentacles that constitute their membership.”
Adjective
Very small in amount, level or degree
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Positioned or placed with spaces between each object or item
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Forming or viewed as a unit apart or by itself
Verb
Past tense for to distribute or spread over a wide area
“Prevailing winds act to disperse dust over a large area in a short time.”
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Past tense for to dissipate or fade away
“The fog will disperse very quickly and will not persist for any period of time.”
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Past tense for to scatter and go in different directions
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“The voices of the townspeople broke out into a hive of excited chatter as they began to disperse in different directions.”
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Past tense for to drive away or cause to leave a place, typically of a crowd
“He found that police had formed up along the road about 20 yards away, and he told the police officer to disperse the crowd.”
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Past tense for to eliminate the presence of
“The management of emotional life is articulated upon key formulaic expressions which are used, first, to recognize, and then, to disperse feelings of upset.”
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Past tense for to break up into small pieces as the result of impact
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Past tense for to become weaker or of poorer quality
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Past tense for to allocate or distribute among several parties
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Past tense for to move continuously or freely through a space, area or population
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Past tense for to cover with drops or spots of something
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Past tense for to drive away or cause to disperse
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Past tense for to spread, open or disperse from a central point to cover a wide area
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Past tense for to cause disorder or confusion in
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Past tense for to leave one's place in a military formation, or on parade
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Past tense for to turn or cause to turn aside from a course
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Past tense for to draw or let out
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Past tense for to spread information or news
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