Definition of dispersement
1. disperse [ v ] distribute loosely
Examples: "He scattered gun powder under the wagon."
(Dan McLachlan, Jr., "Communication Networks and...)
With troops dispersed on fields_of_battle rather than on the parade_ground , it may seem that a certain amount of monitoring is automatically enforced by the lines of communication .Synonyms sprinkle disperse scatter dust dot Related Terms discharge spray sprinkle aerosolize spray spatter bespangle scatter dust
2. disperse [ v ] to cause to separate and go in different directions, of crowds, for example
Examples: "She waved her hand and scattered the crows."
(Whit Masterson, Evil Come, Evil Go....)
Andy had no desire to linger himself but Hub reported that the mob outside was still large despite the efforts of the police to disperse them .Synonyms break_up scatter dissipate disperse dispel Related Terms separate disband dispersion scatter scatter dissipation
3. disperse [ v ] cause to separate
Examples: "break up kidney stones" "disperse particles"
(Jay C. Harris and John R. Van Wazer, "Detergent...)
Freed soil must be dispersed and protected against flocculation .Synonyms disperse scatter break_up Related Terms change_integrity backscatter
4. disperse [ v ] move away from each other
Examples: "The crowds dispersed" "The children scattered in all directions when the teacher approached";
5. disperse [ v ] cause to become widely known
Examples: "spread information" "circulate a rumor" "broadcast the news"
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