English adjective: solid
|1.||solid characterized by good substantial quality|
A solid base hit.
|2.||solid of definite shape and volume; firm; neither liquid nor gaseous|
|Samples||Ice is water in the solid state.|
|Similar||coagulated, concrete, congealed, dry, jelled, jellied, semisolid, solid-state, solid-state, solidified|
|Attribute||state, state of matter|
|3.||solid entirely of one substance with no holes inside|
|Samples||A solid block of wood.|
|4.||solid of one substance or character throughout|
Carved out of solid rock.
|5.||solid uninterrupted in space; having no gaps or breaks|
|Samples||A solid line across the page.|
Solid sheets of water.
|6.||solid providing abundant nourishment|
|Samples||A hearty meal.|
Good solid food.
Ate a substantial breakfast.
Four square meals a day.
|Synonyms||hearty, satisfying, square, substantial|
|7.||solid of good quality and condition; solidly built|
|Samples||A solid foundation.|
Several substantial timber buildings.
|8.||solid not soft or yielding to pressure|
|Samples||A firm mattress.|
The snow was firm underfoot.
|9.||solid having three dimensions|
|Samples||A solid object.|
|Antonyms||planar, two-dimensional, linear, one-dimensional|
|10.||solid impenetrable for the eye|
|11.||solid financially sound|
|Samples||The bank is solid and will survive this attack.|
|12.||solid of a substantial character and not frivolous or superficial|
|Samples||Work of solid scholarship.|
Based on solid facts.
|13.||solid meriting respect or esteem|
|Samples||An upstanding member of the community.|
|14.||solid of the same color throughout|
|15.||solid acting together as a single undiversified whole|
|Samples||A solid voting bloc.|
English noun: solid
|1.||solid (substance) matter that is solid at room temperature and pressure|
|Narrower (hyponym)||crystal, dry ice, food, glass, plastic, powder, precipitate, pulverisation, pulverization, solid food, vitrification|
|2.||solid (state) 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|
|Synonyms||solid state, solidness|
|Broader (hypernym)||state, state of matter|
|3.||solid (shape) a three-dimensional shape|
|Broader (hypernym)||form, shape|
|Narrower (hyponym)||block, cast, concave shape, concavity, convex shape, convexity, cube, cylinder, frustum, incurvation, incurvature, mold, mould, ovoid, polyhedron, stamp, toroid|