And in France itself, those trends have diluted what people here still like to believe is their “exceptionalism.”
But that quality got diluted as the site expanded into the behemoth it is today, he said.
The idea that blends are just “diluted malts” was born and has contributed to its lasting image problem, Broom says.
Still, Mitt did echo Gore, a diluted imitation: “My mom and dad gave their kids the greatest gift of all—unconditional love.”
Importantly, as part of the interim plan, Iran has diluted or converted its stockpile of 20 percent enriched uranium.
They diluted their ink with water, till the recipient of the letter cried, Prithee, why so pale?
This will make strong coffee, which can be diluted with boiling water as required.
A tablespoonful of volatile spirit of ammonia, diluted with water.
Now get some hydrochloric acid (HCl) diluted with three parts of water.
diluted with 40 parts of water, it is used as a gargle or as a cleansing wash for diseased surface.
1550s, from Latin dilutus, past participle of diluere "dissolve, wash away, dilute," from dis- "apart" + -luere, comb. form of lavere "to wash" (see lave). Related: Diluted; diluting. As an adjective from c.1600.
dilute di·lute (dī-lōōt', dĭ-)
v. di·lut·ed, di·lut·ing, di·lutes
To reduce a solution or mixture in concentration, quality, strength, or purity, as by adding water. adj.
Thinned or weakened by diluting.