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diffuse
dɪf'juːs [adj]dɪ'fjuːs [v]dɪ'fjuːz
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Spread out; not concentrated in one place.
  2. Lacking conciseness.
  3. (of light) transmitted from a broad light source or reflected.
(动) As a verb
  1. Cause to become widely known.
  2. Spread or diffuse through.
  3. Move outward.
Hyphenationdif•fuse
Part of Speech(动) verb, (形) adjective
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散播sànbōto spread; to disperse; to disseminate
传播chuánbō, chuánbò (Tw)to disseminate; to propagate; to spread
散开sànkāito separate; to disperse
弥漫mímànto pervade; to fill the air; diffuse; everywhere present; about to inundate (water); permeated by (smoke); filled with (dust); to saturate (the air with fog, smoke etc)
刊印kānyìnto set in print; to diffuse; to publish
qià(same as ) to spread; to diffuse, harmony; agreement, name of a frontier pass; near today's Sichuan Province
to bestow; to give, natural endowment or gifts, tax; revenue, to spread; to diffuse, to compose or sing, one of the Chinese literary forms akin to poetry
扩散kuòsànto spread; to proliferate; to diffuse; spread; proliferation; diffusion
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