Self-dissolution



noun
1.
the act or process of resolving or dissolving into parts or elements.
2.
the resulting state.
3.
the undoing or breaking of a bond, tie, union, partnership, etc.
4.
the breaking up of an assembly or organization; dismissal; dispersal.
5.
Government. an order issued by the head of a state terminating a parliament and necessitating a new election.
6.
death; decease.
7.
a bringing or coming to an end; disintegration; decay; termination.
8.
legal termination, especially of business activity, with the final distribution of assets, the fixing of liabilities, etc.
9.
Chemistry. the process by which a solid, gas, or liquid is dispersed homogeneously in a gas, solid, or, especially, a liquid.
noun
1.
the resolution or separation into component parts; disintegration
2.
destruction by breaking up and dispersing
3.
the termination of a meeting or assembly, such as Parliament
4.
the termination of a formal or legal relationship, such as a business enterprise, marriage, etc
5.
the state of being dissolute; dissipation
6.
the act or process of dissolving
dissolution
(dĭs’ə-l’shən)
The dissolving of a material in a liquid.

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