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noun 
  1. (chemistry) A fundamental state of matter that retains its size and shape without need of a container. Solids that are sufficiently heated may sublimate into a gas or melt into a liquid.
  2. (geometry) A three-dimensional object.
Translations: 
  • Dutch: vast
  • French: solide
  • German: Kí¶rper
  • Spanish: sólido , cuerpo
adjective 
  1. In the state of being a solid.
  2. Large, massive.
  3. Extremely filling (a solid meal.)
  4. Lacking holes or hollows (solid gold, solid chocolate.)
  5. Strong, unyielding (solid foundations.)
  6. Lacking errors or inconsistencies that would render a theory or concept doubtful.
Translations: 
  • Dutch: steekhoudend, gegrond
  • French: solide
  • German: stichhaltig
  • Italian: solido
  • Spanish: sólido
Etymology: From solide (as an adjective), this from solidus, solÄdus, "like the soil", from solum, "ground".


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