Definition of 'dissipate'
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Would there be a constant tension and anxiety or would that dissipate after a while? THE EXECUTION (2002)The royal motorcade left in a mass of waving and cheering, then some of the crowd began to dissipate. SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (2002)
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Used Occasionally. dissipate is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'dissipate'
British English: dissipate VERB
When something dissipates or when you dissipate it, it becomes less or becomes less strong until it disappears or goes away completely.
The tension in the room had dissipated.
Definition of dissipate from the Collins English Dictionary
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