Meaning of undissolved in English:


Pronunciation /ʌndɪˈzɒlvd/


  • Not dissolved.

    ‘she sipped the undissolved sugar at the bottom of the cup’
    • ‘In order to prevent this happening, most recipes suggest ‘washing’ the sides of the pan with a wet pastry brush to brush down any undissolved sugar; easier still is to put a lid on the pan and let steam do the trick.’
    • ‘Unsurprisingly, one week later the salt remained undissolved.’
    • ‘The nondescript passion fruit charlotte contained leaves of undissolved gelatine.’
    • ‘In these alloys, the phase formed by combination of the excess soluble elements with the aluminum will never be dissolved, although the shapes of the undissolved particles may be changed by partial solution.’
    • ‘For a particularly thrilling, inappropriate sugary treat, we would eat Fizzies, undissolved.’
    • ‘The glossy appearance of wheaten corn flour is from the fact that in ordinary flour the gluten remains undissolved and does not transmit light.’
    • ‘I just went to get a load of washing out of the machine and the whole load is still dry, still dirty, and the washing powder undissolved.’
    • ‘Champagne corks are held in place, against the force of the pressure of undissolved gas inside the bottle, by a wire muzzle.’
    • ‘When all but the oxalic acid have been added, pour in the silver solution and any undissolved crystals that may be remaining; then add the oxalic acid and without shaking or agitating the bottle, put away in a dark place for 24 hours.’
    • ‘A few gripes do jump out from the correspondence: dishwasher powder left undissolved and weak grease-cutting agents.’
    • ‘Filtration takes undissolved particulates out of the water.’
    • ‘The deceased told Constable Dix that her coffee had a bitter taste to it, and told Mrs Skellern that she could see some undissolved white powder in the bottom of the cup.’
    • ‘Saturation of a solution is also defined as the point where the solution is in equilibrium with the undissolved solute.’
    • ‘A saturated solution can be identified by visual inspection if it contains undissolved solute.’