dilute[ dih-loot, dahy-; adjective dahy-loot ]SEE DEFINITION OF dilute
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DILUTE
If either of the mixtures is too thick, dilute it with more cream.
Find the bottle marked "HCl, dilute 1-3," in which the acid is already diluted.
They had no patience, so that they could not dilute and expand their stories in the Western way.
Dilute with water in the proportion of one part of the solution to seventy-five of water.
By this method a dilute solution of the dioxide in water is obtained.
If the solution of borax is dilute, however, an hydroxide of silver forms.
First dilute the flour and the sugar in the water, then add the lard.
Preserve in a bottle, and when needed, dilute in a tumbler of ice water.
Dilute three teaspoonfuls of flour with two teaspoonfuls of oil.
When serving this drink, dilute with water according to taste.