diffus

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French[edit]

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Borrowed from Latin diffusus.

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diffus (feminine singular diffuse, masculine plural diffus, feminine plural diffuses)

  1. diffuse

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German[edit]

Adjective[edit]

diffus (comparative diffuser, superlative am diffusesten)

  1. diffuse, vague, unclear

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin diffusus, past participle of diffundere, "scatter, pour out" (dis- + fundere).

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Adjective[edit]

diffus (neuter singular diffust, definite singular and plural diffuse, comparative mer diffus, superlative mest diffus)

  1. diffuse (not concentrated)
    Diffust lys.
    Diffuse light.
  2. diffuse, vague, unclear
    De kom med en nokså diffus påstand.
    They made a rather diffuse claim.

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin diffusus, past participle of diffundere, "scatter, pour out" (dis- + fundere).

Adjective[edit]

diffus (neuter singular diffust, definite singular and plural diffuse, comparative meir diffus, superlative mest diffus)

  1. diffuse (not concentrated)
    Diffust lys.
    Diffuse light.
  2. diffuse, vague, unclear
    Dei kom med ein nokså diffus påstand.
    They made a rather diffuse claim.

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