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diffuse (something) through (something)

To scatter or spread through a particular place or thing. Is there something I can use to diffuse the sunlight through this area for the photo? A second air conditioner should help to diffuse cold air throughout the entire house.
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diffuse something through something (else)

to distribute or scatter something through something else. The chemical process diffused the purple color through the liquid. Let us try to diffuse the medication through the bloodstream as rapidly as possible.
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diffuse through something

to spread or scatter through something. The smell diffused through the office through the ventilating system. The dye diffused through the water rapidly.
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15) The chronic course of FUS and diffusely scattered KPs with stellate extensions may be helpful in the differential diagnosis.
Enlarged, lobulated, diffusely contoured thyroid lobes with many scattered microcalcifications are evident.
5) Affected testes are usually diffusely enlarged and often displace or compress other visceral organs, especially air sacs.
In Pakistan a study carried out in Agha Khan University, Karachi showed tumour location in antropyloric region in 53 % cases and in the proximal part of the stomach in 35 % cases, while in 12 % cases tumour was diffusely involving the stomach study carried out in Sri Lanka showed that 52.
On postmortem examination, the spleen was diffusely enlarged and white in colour.
Her grids are at once rigidly material, their unyielding coordinates redoubling the canvas surface, its texture concretized by the slight waverings of her hand, and diffusely spiritual, found fragments of a seemingly infinite expanse, vaporous and flickering.
It's a new movement, more diffusely organized than, say, the civil rights movement.
On physical examination, he appeared dehydrated with a diffusely painful abdomen.
Nevertheless, they refute formalism with a little band of diffusely referential phenomena, such as musical quotation, onomatopoeia, exemplification, and leitmotifs.
of Modena, Italy has received a patent for a highly reflective coating product comprised of a diffusely reflective product and an acrylic binder or glue, which are dispersed in a liquid vehicle comprised of a mixture of alcohol and water, wherein in that the mixture of the liquid vehicle consists of 50% of the alcohol and 50% of water; wherein the acrylic binder or glue is a product based on an acrylic polymer or copolymer; wherein the acrylic binder or glue contains a methacrylate and wherein the quantity of the acrylic polymer or copolymer is between approximately 3% and 4% of the reflective product.
The trans-Atlantic trade in this good emerged more gradually and more diffusely among many commercial communities, though Professor Norton argues that the Portugese gained a virtual monopoly by the early seventeenth century.
A 45-year-old white male was found to have radiographic findings of a diffusely dense appendicular skeleton, mild trabecular thickening, and multiple thoracic compression fractures indicating structural weakness.
On exam, she has pain with light touch all over her body and reports a diffusely tender abdomen with no rebound or guarding.
Another possibility could see sulphur sprayed into the atmosphere to change the earth's albedo--the extent to which it diffusely reflects light from the sun.