disperse

disperse

意味(日本語)

(ばらばらに)散らす、撒き散らす、広める ◇L.dis+spargere(=まき散らす)

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意味(英語)

  • (verb-transitive) To drive off or scatter in different directions: The police dispersed the crowd.
  • (verb-transitive) To strew or distribute widely: The airplane dispersed the leaflets over the city.
  • (verb-transitive) To cause to vanish or disappear. See Synonyms at scatter.
  • (verb-transitive) To disseminate (knowledge, for example).
  • (verb-transitive) To separate (light) into spectral rays.

例文

  • They include Brenna Bell, an Oregon-based attorney with the National Lawyers Guild, who claims she was arrested while trying to obey police orders to disperse from a peaceful demonstration.

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asperse

asperse

中傷する、誹謗する、(洗礼のため)水を振り掛ける

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aspersion

aspersion

中傷、誹謗、(宗)(洗礼の)灌水(かんすい)

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dispersion

dispersion

散らすこと、分散、(うわさなどの)広まり

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dispersive

dispersive

散乱する、伝播の

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intersperse

intersperse

に撒き散らす、に点々と配する ◇L.inter+spargere(=まき散らす)

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interspersion

interspersion

点在すること、散在

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sparse

sparse

(木など)まばらに植えた、(人口など)希薄な、ちらほらの

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