- adj.驱散了的; 分散的; 浪费掉的; 沉迷于酒色的;
- v.驱散，消失( dissipate的过去式和过去分词 ); 浪费;
Eventually, his anger dissipated.
Flynn was still handsome, though dissipated.
Her father had dissipated her inheritance.
The news dissipated my fear.
Don't lead a dissipated life.
There's no point in dissipated life.
The sun dissipated the mists.
He often dissipated his energies in trivial matters.
The heat had to be dissipated by elaborate cooling systems.
He soon dissipated his fortune.
He dissipated the family fortune in only a few years of wild living.
All doubts have now dissipated.
The clouds have been dissipated.
The clouds have now been dissipated.
Their energy is partly dissipated.
Surpluses may be dissipated by accumulating reserves or lending overseas.
He dissipated his father's fortune.
Still handsome, he looked dissipated, shabby.
他依旧很漂亮, 但是看上去神情颓丧, 衣服陈旧不堪.
The energy , dissipated in this way, will finally appear as energy of molecular motion or heat.
When It'started to rain, the crowd quickly dissipated.
He led a dissipated life after he made money.
A general equation for transformation of the damped parameters of many energy dissipated dampers is obtained.
Francis dissipated his large fortune inherited from his grandfather in a few years.
Do not let the mood in the years wiped out, dissipated.
Leading a dissipated life, he could hardly escape the Aids rap in the end.
The gathering dissipated as the day waned on.
If you make idle, dissipated people your companions, you're sure to go the bad.
假若你结交上闲散 、 挥霍的人, 你一定会堕落.
His neighbour denounce him as a wastrel who had dissipated his inheritance.
He dissipated his life away with booze and women.
1. unrestrained by convention or morality;
"Congreve draws a debauched aristocratic society"
"deplorably dissipated and degraded"
2. preoccupied with the pursuit of pleasure and especially games of chance;
"led a dissipated life"
"a betting man"
"a card-playing son of a bitch"
"a gambling fool"
"sporting gents and their ladies"