dissimilate


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Antonyms for dissimilate

become dissimilar by changing the sound qualities

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make dissimilar

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become dissimilar or less similar

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Tens of thousands of educated, middle class liberals are using Internet services like Facebook to dissimilate information, and organise protests.
To establish a competitive position in a new market, a firm must build its installed base, which means it must dissimilate the technology extensively.
Therefore, it is not far-fetched to say that affirmative action is a concept that aims to assimilate, rather than dissimilate, races.
Hansson (2001) notes, for example, that in Bade, voicing dissimilation applies under the same similarity conditions that voicing assimilation applies in Ngizim: a nonimplosive consonant will dissimilate in voicing relative to another nonimplosive consonant in the same root.
Carlos-Eduardo Pineros (personal communication) has suggested the idea to us that -ata and -aca could be the same morpheme: [t] would dissimilate into [k] in those cases in which the previous syllable presents a coronal consonant.