DISSOLVE

To cause a dry substance to pass into solution in a liquid.

Dissolve

• (v. t.) To annul; to rescind; to discharge or release; as, to dissolve an injunction. • (v. i.) To become fluid; to be melted; to be liquefied. • (v. i.) To fade away; to fall to nothing; to lose power. • (v. t.) To convert into a liquid by means of heat, moisture, etc.,; to melt; to liquefy; to soften. • (v. t.) To break...
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dissolve

(dĭ-zolv´) to cause a substance to pass into solution. to pass into solution.
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dissolve

fade away verb become weaker; `The sound faded out`
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dissolve

noun (film) a gradual transition from one scene to the next; the next scene is gradually superimposed as the former scene fades out
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Dissolve

[filmmaking] In the post-production process of film editing and video editing, a dissolve is a gradual transition from one image to another. The terms fade-out and fade-in are used to describe a transition to and from a blank image. This is in contrast to a cut where there is no such transition. A dissolve overlaps two shots for the duratio...
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Dissolve

Dis·solve' intransitive verb 1. To waste away; to be dissipated; to be decomposed or broken up. 2. To become fluid; to be melted; to be liquefied. « A figure Trenched in ice, which with an hour's heat Dissolves to water, and doth lose his form.» Shak. ...
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Dissolve

Dis·solve' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dissolved ; present participle & verbal noun Dissolving .] [ Latin dissolvere , dissolutum ; dis- + solvere to loose, free. See Solve , and co...
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dissolve

A gradual scene transition. The editor overlaps the end of one shot with the beginning of the next one
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Dissolve

A special effect wherein simultaneously one shot fades out as the next fades in, so that the two ima
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Dissolve

A transition between two scenes in which the former image fades out while the latter image is fading in. There is an intentional overlap between the first and second image. This provides a smooth and effective change from one scene into another whether a direct or correlative situation obtains between the two or a completely different event, action...
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Dissolve

A transition between two scenes where the first merges imperceptibly into the second. (Film/Video)
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Dissolve

A transition between two shots, where one shot fades away and simultaneously another shot fades in. Dissolves are done at the lab in the printing phase, but prepared by the negative cutter, who cuts in an overlap of the two shots into the A&B rolls. Labs will only do dissolves in fixed amounts, such as 24 frames, 48 frames, etc
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dissolve

become or cause to become soft or liquid
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dissolve

cause to fade away
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Dissolve

Fading from one scene to another in a film or television production.
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dissolve

see mix
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dissolve

The slow fading of one shot into another.
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Dissolve

To add a solid to a liquid and to stir or heat it until the solid becomes an integral part of the liquid.
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dissolve

To cause a dry substance to pass into solution in a liquid.
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dissolve

To change or cause to change from a solid to a dispersed form by immersion in a fluid of suitable properties. ... Origin: L. Dis-solvo, pp. -solutus, to loose asunder, to dissolve ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Dissolve

To mix a solid and a liquid to form a solution. When a substance dissolves it spreads evenly throughout the liquid. See also: Liquid, Solid.
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dissolve

To stir a solid food and a liquid food together to form a mixture in which none of the solid remains. Sometimes heat is needed to form the mixture.
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dissolve

Type: Term Pronunciation: di-zolv′ Definitions: 1. To change or cause to change from a solid to a dispersed form by immersion in a fluid of suitable properties.
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dissolve

[n] - (film) a gradual transition from one scene to the next 2. [v] - lose control emotionally 3. [v] - become weaker, as of sound or vision 4. [v] - cause to go into a solution 5. [v] - pass into a solution 6. [v] - terminate (legally)
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