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so·lid·i·ty

 (sə-lĭd′ĭ-tē)
n.
1. The condition or property of being solid.
2. Soundness of mind, moral character, or finances.

so•lid•i•ty

(səˈlɪd ɪ ti)

n.
1. the state or quality of being solid.
2. firmness; strength.
[1525–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.solidity - the consistency of a solid
consistency, eubstance, consistence, body - the property of holding together and retaining its shape; "wool has more body than rayon"; "when the dough has enough consistency it is ready to bake"
compactness - the consistency of a compact solid
impermeability, impermeableness - the property of something that cannot be pervaded by a liquid
porosity, porousness - the property of being porous; being able to absorb fluids
2.solidity - state of having the interior filled with matter
fullness - the condition of being filled to capacity
hollowness - the state of being hollow: having an empty space within
3.solidity - the quality of being solid and reliable financially or factually or morally; "the solidity of the evidence worked in his favor"; "the solidness of her faith gave her enduring hope"
dependability, dependableness, reliability, reliableness - the quality of being dependable or reliable

solidity

noun
1. The quality, condition, or degree of being thick:
2. The condition of being free from defects or flaws:
Translations
صَلابَه
hutnost
fasthedkompakthed
òaî aî vera fastur/gegnheill
soliditate
hutnosť
katılık

solidity

[səˈlɪdɪtɪ] Nsolidez f

solidity

[səˈlɪdəti] nsolidité f

solidity

n
(of substance)Festigkeit f
(= stability, of bridge, house, car) → Stabilität f; (of furniture also, piece of work, character)solide Art; (of foundations)Festigkeit f
(= unanimity, of vote) → Einstimmigkeit f; (of support)Geschlossenheit f

solidity

[səˈlɪdɪtɪ] nsolidità

solid

(ˈsolid) adjective
1. not easily changing shape; not in the form of liquid or gas. Water becomes solid when it freezes; solid substances.
2. not hollow. The tyres of the earliest cars were solid.
3. firm and strongly made (and therefore sound and reliable). That's a solid piece of furniture; His argument is based on good solid facts/reasoning.
4. completely made of one substance. This bracelet is made of solid gold; We dug till we reached solid rock.
5. without breaks, gaps or flaws. The policemen formed themselves into a solid line; They are solid in their determination to strike.
6. having height, breadth and width. A cube is a solid figure.
7. consecutive; without a pause. I've been working for six solid hours.
adverb
without interruption; continuously. She was working for six hours solid.
noun
1. a substance that is solid. Butter is a solid but milk is a liquid.
2. a shape that has length, breadth and height.
ˌsoliˈdarity (-ˈdӕrə-) noun
the uniting of the interests, feelings or actions (of a group). We must try to preserve our solidarity.
soˈlidify (-difai) verb
to make or become solid.
soˌlidifiˈcation (-difi-) noun
soˈlidity noun
ˈsolidness noun
ˈsolidly adverb
1. firmly; strongly. solidly-built houses.
2. continuously. I worked solidly from 8.30 a.m. till lunchtime.
3. unanimously. We're solidly in agreement with your suggestions.
solid fuel
a fuel, such as coal, that is solid rather than an oil or gas.