drive off in various directions

drive off in various directions
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  • scatter — scatterable, adj. scatterer, n. scatteringly, adv. /skat euhr/, v.t. 1. to throw loosely about; distribute at irregular intervals: to scatter seeds. 2. to separate and drive off in various directions; disperse: to scatter a crowd. 3. Physics. a.… …   Universalium

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  • dispel — I verb banish, bestow, bestrew, break up, broadcast, cast adrift, cast off, cast out, deal out, diffuse, discharge, discutere, disintegrate, dismiss, dispellere, disperse, disperse completely, disseminate, dissipare, dissipate, dissolve, do away… …   Law dictionary

  • Wacker Drive — Infobox road highway name = Wacker Drive length mi = 2.2 length round = 1 length ref = [ Google Maps] estimate.] direction = North South and East West starting terminus = Upper Wacker: Franklin Street / Harrison Street… …   Wikipedia

  • Warp drive (Star Trek) — Warp drive redirects here. For the actual model of spacetime, see Alcubierre drive. A visualization of a warp field. The ship rests in a bubble of normal space. Warp drive is a faster than light (FTL) propulsion system in the setting of many… …   Wikipedia

  • scatter — /ˈskætə / (say skatuh) verb (t) 1. to throw loosely about; distribute at irregular intervals. 2. to separate and drive off in various directions; disperse. 3. Physics as in an interaction with matter, to deflect (any beam of radiation),… …  

  • dispel — dispellable, adj. dispeller, n. /di spel /, v.t., dispelled, dispelling. 1. to drive off in various directions; disperse; dissipate: to dispel the dense fog. 2. to cause to vanish; alleviate: to dispel her fears. [1625 35; < L dispellere to drive …   Universalium

  • dispel — dis•pel [[t]dɪˈspɛl[/t]] v. t. pelled, pel•ling 1) to drive off in various directions; disperse; dissipate 2) to cause to vanish; alleviate • Etymology: 1625–35; < L dispellere to drive apart = dis I+pellere to drive dis•pel′la•ble, adj.… …   From formal English to slang

  • disperse — [c]/dəsˈpɜs / (say duhs pers) verb (dispersed, dispersing) –verb (t) 1. to scatter abroad; send or drive off in various directions. 2. to spread; diffuse: the wise disperse knowledge. 3. to dispel; cause to vanish: the fog is dispersed. 4.… …  

  • dispel — [c]/dɪsˈpɛl / (say dis pel) verb (dispelled, dispelling) –verb (t) 1. to drive off in various directions; scatter; disperse; dissipate: to dispel vapours; to dispel fear. –verb (i) 2. Rare to be scattered; melt away: the forces will dispel.… …  

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