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to spread / to proliferate / to diffuse / spread / proliferation / diffusion
to distribute / to emit / to issue
to scatter / to disperse / to distribute
to dissolve / to disband
prose / essay
to disseminate
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scattered / loose / to come loose / to fall apart / leisurely / powdered medicine
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to scatter / to break up (a meeting etc) / to disperse / to disseminate / to dispel / (coll.) to sack
to take a walk / to go for a walk
to dissipate heat
lit. Even if we don't see each other, don't give up and leave (idiom) / fig. Be sure to wait! / See you there!
to spread / to disperse / to disseminate
loose goods / goods sold open / draft (of beer, as opposed to bottled)
radiator (for heating a room) / radiator (for cooling an engine)
to scatter / to disperse / to evacuate / scattered / to relax
to dissipate
individual (shareholder) / the small investor
to disperse / to fall scattered / to sprinkle
heat sink
to disperse / to break up
astigmatism / see also 散光
to diffuse light / see also 散光
to waft (through the air) / to drift
to relax / loose / not consolidated / not rigorous
lit. the soul flies away and scatters (idiom) / fig. to be frightened stiff / spooked out of one's mind / terror-stricken
inactive / careless / lazy / indolent / negligent
defeated / routed
to disperse a meeting / to adjourn / finished
to slacken / lax / slack / disorganized
to part on bad terms / (of a meeting etc) to break up in discord
to scatter / to break sth up / to beat (an egg)
(of a theater) to empty / (of a show) to end
a family wrenched apart (idiom)
to have a stroll
to lose touch with / missing / scattered / separated from
to wander off / to stray / to get lost
coming together and separating / aggregation and dissipation
to spill out
to scatter like birds and beasts
to disband / to dismiss / demobilization
free-range raising (of poultry, cattle etc)
severance pay
(of family members) separated from one another / scattered about / dispersed / (math.) discrete
lit. like a sheet of loose sand / fig. unable to cooperate (idiom)
tourism center or hub
with dishevelled hair (idiom) / with one's hair down
to disperse / to diverge
to be totally dispersed (crowd)
to break up (a marriage, family etc)
to squander / lost
loose powder (makeup)
to disperse in confusion (idiom)
powder medicine
to drive away cares / to relieve boredom
to disperse
day labor / piece-time work
to release from work at the end of the day
spare parts / odds and ends
to separate / to disperse
in disorder / messy
discrete mathematics
emergency evacuation
to disperse / to scatter in all directions
distribution center
bokeh (photography)
(of a group of people) to live scattered over an area
lit. the soul of a deceased has not yet dispersed (idiom) / fig. the influence still lingers on / the spirit (of some doctrine) is still alive
loose and disorganized soldiers / stragglers / fig. a loner
small sum of money / loose change / Cantonese equivalent of 零錢|零钱
to scatter money / to give to charity
to dissipate / to squander
to vaporize / to dispel
to fall apart / exhaustion
When the tree topples the monkeys scatter. (idiom); fig. an opportunist abandons an unfavorable cause / Rats leave a sinking ship.
to collect for distribution
to scatter / to disperse
to dissipate everywhere (of light, sound, gas etc)
to scatter in all directions
Hosanna (in Christian praise)
(gun) shot / canister shot
apron (sloping brickwork to disperse water)
verse or song form from Yuan, Ming and Qing
(of marriage or business partners) to break up (idiom) / to separate
scatter plot
random jottings / travel notes
in fragments
lit. scatter like birds and beasts (idiom) / fig. to head off in various directions / to flee helter-skelter
Nisan, the first month of the ecclesiastical year in the Jewish calendar
scattered sand / fig. lacking in cohesion or organization
undisciplined / unorganized
thermal grease
prose poem
to disband / (of a partnership, group etc) to break up
to part without hard feelings (idiom) / to cut the knot as smoothly as you tied it
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