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disperse

 [dis-pers´]
to scatter the component parts, as of a tumor or the fine particles in a colloid system; also, the particles so dispersed.

dis·perse

(dis-pĕrs'),
To dissipate, to cause disappearance of, to scatter, to dilute.

disperse

/dis·perse/ (dis-pers´) to scatter the component parts, as of a tumor or the fine particles in a colloid system; also, the particles so dispersed.

disperse

[dispərs′]
Etymology: L, dis + spargere to scatter
to scatter the component parts, as of a tumor or of the fine particles in a colloid system; also the particles so scattered.

dis·perse

(dis-pĕrs')
To dissipate, to cause disappearance of, to scatter, to dilute.

disperse

to scatter the component parts, as of a tumor or the fine particles in a colloid system; also, the particles so dispersed.
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