Translation of dissolution in Spanish:

dissolution

Pronunciation: /ˌdɪsəˈluːʃən/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • 1 1.1 (of meeting, alliance, parliament) disolución (f); (of empire) desintegración (f)
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    • She cites a number of them - partnership dissolutions, divorce custody, disputes over family businesses and inheritances, supplier-client relationship breakdowns, and even feuding neighbours.
    • In the majority of cases, however, I was unable to establish formal dissolutions.
    • Henry VIII's pursuit of marriage dissolutions ended with rather more permanent and momentous arrangements than such modern-day quests: England rejected Rome, and wives literally lost their heads.
    1.2 [Chemistry/Química] disolución (feminine)
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    • High porosites are also found in some limestones and other carbonate rocks in which pores created by depositional processes or fracturing have been enlarged by dissolution of carbonate minerals.
    • The dissolution of calcium carbonate provides only temporary storage of carbon dioxide.
    • It is postulated that the lowered pH microenvironment in the guts of organisms may accelerate mineral dissolution and precipitation processes during ingestion.
  • 2 (debauchery) disolución (feminine)
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    • Luxury and lavish living were seen as the causes, moral decay and dissolution as the consequences.
    • I suspect this match will not be the best advertisement for it - the pitch is the kind that'll drive the bowlers to drink and dissolution.
    • What could be done to increase the appeal of reading and to decrease the appeal of drink and dissolution?

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