a three-dimensional shape the state in which a substance has no tendency to flow under moderate stress; resists forces (such as compression) that tend to deform it; and retains a definite size and shape a substance that is solid at room temperature and pressure uninterrupted in space; having no gaps or breaks; "a solid line across the page"; "solid sheets of water"
Having the constituent parts so compact, or so firmly adhering, as to resist the impression or penetration of other bodies; having a fixed form; hard; firm; compact; opposed to fluid and liquid or to plastic, like clay, or to incompact, like sand
approval If you describe someone as solid, you mean that they are very reliable and respectable. Mr Zuma had a solid reputation as a grass roots organiser. + solidly sol·id·ly Graham is so solidly consistent. + solidity so·lid·ity He had the (Atasözü)ial solidity of the English
Any substance having a definite shape which it does not readily relinquish More generally, any substance in which the force required to produce a deformation depends upon the magnitude of the deformation rather than upon the rate of deformation
You use solid to describe something such as advice or a piece of work which is useful and reliable. The CIU provides churches with solid advice on a wide range of subjects All I am looking for is a good solid performance + solidly sol·id·ly She's played solidly throughout the spring
If you do something for a solid period of time, you do it without any pause or interruption throughout that time. We had worked together for two solid years. + solidly sol·id·ly People who had worked solidly since Christmas enjoyed the chance of a Friday off. see also rock-solid. One of the three basic states of matter. A solid forms from either a liquid or a gas (the other two states of matter) because, as the energy of the atoms decreases, they coalesce in the relatively ordered, three-dimensional structure of a solid. All solids have the ability to support loads applied either perpendicular (normal) or parallel (shear) to a surface. Solids can be crystalline (as in metals), amorphous (as in glass), or quasicrystalline (as in certain metal alloys), depending on the degree of order in the arrangement of the atoms. Platonic solid solid solution solid state device solid state physics
You use solid to describe something such as the basis for a policy or support for an organization when it is strong, because it has been developed carefully and slowly. Washington's attempt to build a solid international coalition. = strong + solidly sol·id·ly The Los Alamos district is solidly Republican So far, majority public opinion is solidly behind the government. + solidity so·lid·ity doubts over the solidity of European backing for the American approach
A structure that is solid is strong and is not likely to collapse or fall over. Banks are built to look solid to reassure their customers The car feels very solid. + solidly sol·id·ly Their house, which was solidly built, resisted the main shock. + solidity so·lid·ity the solidity of walls and floors
When applied to wooden furniture, the term means lumber rather than veneered plywood; that is, solid pieces of the same wood, instead of veneer over a core of different, less-interestingly-grained, wood
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