Disperese : Distribute, Spread Over

dis·perse
dəˈspərs/
verb
verb: disperse; 3rd person present: disperses; past tense: dispersed; past participle: dispersed; gerund or present participle: dispersing

1.
distribute or spread over a wide area.

“storms can disperse seeds via high altitudes”
synonyms: scatter, disseminate, distribute, spread, broadcast
“seeds dispersed by birds”
antonyms: gather
go or cause to go in different directions or to different destinations.
“the crowd dispersed”
synonyms: break up, split up, disband, scatter, leave, go their separate ways; More
drive away/off, chase away
“the crowd began to disperse”
antonyms: assemble
(with reference to gas, smoke, mist, or cloud) thin out or cause to thin out and disappear.
“the earlier mist had dispersed”
synonyms: dissipate, dissolve, melt away, fade away, clear, lift
“the fog finally dispersed”
Physics
divide (light) into constituents of different wavelengths.
Chemistry
distribute (small particles) uniformly in a medium.

adjectiveChemistry
adjective: disperse

1.
denoting a phase dispersed in another phase, as in a colloid.
“emulsions should be examined after storage for droplet size of the disperse phase”
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verb

membubarkan
bubar
menyebar
berpencar
memencarkan
berpencaran
mengaparkan

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