antidilution

dilution

[dih-loo-shuhn, dahy-]
noun
1.
the act of diluting or the state of being diluted.
2.
something diluted.

Origin:
1640–50; dilute + -ion

antidilution, adjective
nondilution, noun
overdilution, noun
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dilution (daɪˈluːʃən)
 
n
1.  the act of diluting or state of being diluted
2.  a diluted solution

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dilution
1640s, noun of action from L. from dilut-, pp. stem of diluere (see dilute).
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dilution di·lu·tion (dī-lōō'shən, dĭ-)
n.

  1. The act of reducing the concentration of a mixture or solution.

  2. A diluted solution.

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dilution   (dĭ-l'shən)  Pronunciation Key 
The process of making a substance less concentrated by adding a solvent, such as water.
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