希薄, 稀薄薄める, 割る
Verb(1) lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture(2) corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance; often by replacing valuable ingredients with inferior ones
Adjective(1) reduced in strength or concentration or quality or purity
(1) In this case the Court emphatically confirmed the direct effect of regulations and criticized any attempt by a Member State to alter or dilute the requirements of a Community regulation.(2) Finally, the cotton cloth was colored using a dilute brown paint mixture applied by brush.(3) By feeding one of the ants a small amount of dilute sugar water, we were able to distinguish workers from the two subcolonies during the trials by differences in abdomen size.(4) Wash plant pots and trays in soapy water and rinse in dilute bleach or disinfectant, then sort into sizes, getting rid of any that are not needed.(5) So he balanced out the levels by splitting the liquid between the two cups, so now both contain dilute hot chocolate.(6) But record labels will insist on keeping CDs in the charts because downloaders buy such a broad range of content they dilute the marketing push behind new artists - which labels need to survive.(7) Some get good results from dilute vinegar soaks, painting the nail with tea tree oil or squirting the oil from Vitamin E capsules around the nail.(8) A dilute solution of acetic acid was cooled below its freezing point.(9) However, the government plans to divest or dilute its shareholdings in a controlled way in government-linked companies that are no longer relevant to its objectives.(10) In many cases, these compromises dilute the impact of the proposed reform, often postponing major changes until a later date.(11) In addition, each pot is fed a dilute liquid fertilizer twice a month.(12) The dilute spray volume is based on the rule that it takes 0.7 to 1.0 gallon to treat 1,000 cubic feet of tree canopy to the point of runoff.(13) Its difficulty leads to a temptation to dilute the hard academic material with non-physics elements, as you pointed out.(14) So grain elevator operators should welcome a test that uses a dilute sodium hydroxide solution to accentuate color differences of wheat seeds.(15) What happens is the salt is dissolved into water to make a dilute brine, and then it's pumped into a tank where a large amount of current is put in to separate the sodium from the chlorine.(16) The carbonates are washed repeatedly with a dilute solution of sodium carbonate, thus removing any coloration from the precipitate.
(1) dilute solution :: 溶液を希釈
2. make weaker ::
3. weaken ::
4. debase ::
5. reduce ::
1. enrich ::
2. fortify ::
Different Formsdilute, diluted, dilutes, diluting
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