Definition of solidify
- factors that solidify public opinion
Work is under way to solidify the concrete that supports the building.
Hot wax solidifies as it cools.
Recent findings helped to solidify our position.
The international community is working to solidify its alliances.
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: to make (something) solid or hard or to become solid or hard
: to make (a plan, project, etc.) stronger and more certain or to become stronger and more certain
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of yeast or being unsettled or frivolous
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