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Noun(1) the process whereby heat changes something from a solid to a liquid
Verb(1) reduce or cause to be reduced from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating(2) become or cause to become soft or liquid(3) become more relaxed, easygoing, or genial(4) lose its distinct outline or shape; blend gradually(5) become less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly(6) become less intense and fade away gradually
(1) Plastic bags are no good because they would melt .(2) There is also a range of light meals (such as tuna melt or steak 'n' cheese sandwiches), plus desserts.(3) And so, for no good reason, on my first visit I ordered, of all things, a tuna melt , a meatball sub, and a roast beef sandwich.(4) the precipitation falls as snow and is released during the spring melt(5) Also included are keema and peas with naan bread, vine tomato and mozzarella melt , tuna salad and chicken curry.(6) And the way she had - her demeanor with people, it just - it causes people to melt .(7) This would present an option of either increased amounts of melt giving a thicker sarcophagus or lower temperatures to enhance container survival.(8) We used butter too sometimes, but you need softened butter and butter would also melt the sugar a bit, making the sandwich less crunchy.(9) As the 13th melt was nearing completion, something in the pit exploded.(10) Quite literally, they were covered in foil much like a tuna melt floundering in a microwave.(11) The research compares with estimates which put the rate of rise lower and which blame most of that on thermal expansion rather than ice melt .(12) We need to know how much of this melt is refreezing back on, because the refreezing in fact slightly stabilises the ice shelf.(13) The amount of melt is critical in maximizing the thickness of the recrystallized zone around the container and to the sealing of any fissures in the zone of metamorphism.(14) Ann spotted one of her favourites and asked for the tuna melt .(15) a tuna melt(16) Field evidence suggests that many dykes were responsible for transporting melt , and this would substantially reduce the inflation time.
(1) to melt :: لإذابة
1. melting ::
2. thaw ::
3. soften ::
4. vanish ::
6. fade ::
7. meld ::
9. mellow ::
10. evaporate ::
1. appear ::
2. materialize ::
Different Formsmelt, melted, melting, melts
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