1. Liquéfier. Fondre de la cire.
2. Męler. Fondre des couleurs.
3. (Intrans.) Se dissiper. Craintes qui fondent.
4. (Intrans.) Maigrir. Embonpoint qui fond.
1. To become weaker, as of sound or vision; SYN. fade out, fade away.
2. To cause to go into a solution; SYN. break up, mix, mix in, break down.
3. To pass into a solution; SYN. fall apart.
4. To terminate (legally); SYN. break up.
Sinonimi: liquify | liquify | liquidize | liquidise
1. To become liquid.
2. To become liquid or fluid; of a solid substance, when heated; SYN. liquify.
3. To make (a solid substance) liquid, as by heating; SYN. liquify, liquidize, liquidise.
1. To lose its distinct outline or shape
2. To reduce from a solid to a liquid state, usually by heating; SYN. run, melt down.
To suffer a meltdown; collapse
To mix together, or to fuse together -- especially said of groups or companies
To extract (metals) by heating.
To cause to thaw and become soft or liquid again; SYN. unfreeze, unthaw, melt.