dissoluble

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From Latin dissolubilis, itself from dissolvere (to dissolve) (from dis- (apart) + solvere (to solve) + -bilis (-able).

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dissoluble (comparative more dissoluble, superlative most dissoluble)

  1. which can be dissolved or disintegrated

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin dissolubilis, itself from dissolvere (to dissolve) (from dis- (apart) + solvere (to solve) + -bilis (-able).

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dissoluble (plural dissolubles)

  1. dissolvent, which can be dissolved

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