dispulsion

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  • (UK) IPA(key): /dɪsˈpʌɫ.ʃən/, /dɪsˈpʊɫ.ʃən/

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dispulsion (plural dispulsions)

  1. The act of dispelling (e.g. myths, rumors, magic), the state of being dispelled.
    The dispulsion of rumors is a difficult process.
  2. Negative propulsion, the act of reducing the effect of propulsion, the act of decelerating.
    A braking system is used for the dispulsion of a motor vehicle.

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