The other obvious way to help your body deal with excessive toxins from that large meal is to dilute the toxins by drinking more.
“The comparisons tend to dilute the real significance of the Holocaust,” he says.
I also refuse to dilute the power of the accusation through inaccurate overuse.
To dilute the bitterness, the less-than-brave steep them in green tea.
The minute you undermine the insurance, or dilute it, a bank run might ensue.
Boil this water for an hour, adding a pinch of salt, and use it to dilute the milk instead of water.
First dilute the flour and the sugar in the water, then add the lard.
It is heated to boiling, and dilute sulphuric acid is added till no further precipitation takes place.
Preserve in a bottle, and when needed, dilute in a tumbler of ice water.
When this is the case, it is placed once more in the dilute sulphuric acid.
1550s, from Latin dilutus, past participle of diluere "dissolve, wash away, dilute," from dis- "apart" + -luere, comb. form of lavere "to wash" (see lave). Related: Diluted; diluting. As an adjective from c.1600.
dilute di·lute (dī-lōōt', dĭ-)
v. di·lut·ed, di·lut·ing, di·lutes
To reduce a solution or mixture in concentration, quality, strength, or purity, as by adding water. adj.
Thinned or weakened by diluting.