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adjective (solider, solidest)
1firm and stable in shape; not liquid or fluid:the stream was frozen solid solid fuels strongly built or made of strong materials; not flimsy or slender:a solid door with good, secure locks having three dimensions:a solid figure with six plane faces [attributive] concerned with objects having three dimensions:solid geometry 2not hollow or containing spaces or gaps:a sculpture made out of solid rock a solid mass of flowers the stores were packed solid consisting of the same substance throughout:solid silver cutlery (of typesetting) without extra space between the lines of characters. (of a line or surface) without spaces; unbroken:the solid outline encloses the area within which we measured (of time) uninterrupted; continuous:a solid day of meetings [postpositive]:it poured for two hours solid 3dependable; reliable:the defense is solid there is solid evidence of lower inflation sound but without any special qualities or flair:the rest of the acting is solid unanimous or undivided:they received solid support from their teammates financially sound:the company is very solid and will come through the current recession [predic.]
) US informal on good terms with:he thought he could put himself in solid with you by criticizing her
a substance or object that is solid rather than liquid or fluid.
) food that is not liquid:she drinks only milk and rarely eats solids
Geometry a body or geometric figure having three dimensions.