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resisted, past participle; resists, 3rd person singular present; resisting, present participle; resisted, past tense;
  1. Withstand the action or effect of
    • - antibodies help us to resist infection
  2. Try to prevent by action or argument
    • - we will continue to resist changes to the treaty
  3. Succeed in ignoring the attraction of (something wrong or unwise)
    • - she resisted his advances
    • - I couldn't resist buying the blouse
  4. Struggle against someone or something
    • - without giving her time to resist, he dragged her off her feet
  1. A resistant substance applied as a coating to protect a surface during some process, for example to prevent dye or glaze adhering

  1. defy: elude, especially in a baffling way; "This behavior defies explanation"
  2. stand up or offer resistance to somebody or something
  3. protest: express opposition through action or words; "dissent to the laws of the country"
  4. withstand the force of something; "The trees resisted her"; "stand the test of time"; "The mountain climbers had to fend against the ice and snow"
  5. resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ; "His body rejected the liver of the donor"
  6. refuse to comply
  7. In semiconductor fabrication, "resist" refers to both: # A thin layer used to transfer a circuit pattern to the semiconductor substrate which it is deposited upon. ...
  8. RESIST is the name of an electoral list formed as a result of the coalition between Marxist-Leninist Workers Party of Belgium (PTB) and Pan-Arabist Arab European League (AEL) for the 2003 federal election in the Flemish Region.
  9. Resist is the 2001 debut album of Kosheen, a drum and bass trio from Bristol, England. The album was first released on June 25, 2001 in the Benelux countries as a Benelux Limited Edition by Moksha Records. The U.K. edition was released in September as a sixteen-track record by Sony BMG. ...
  10. A protective coating or covering. ^[1]; To attempt to counter the actions or effects of; To withstand the actions of; To oppose
  11. (Resisting) Mental (bad disposition, refusal) and physical opposition of the horse triggered by a misunderstanding, a lack of preparation, a physical limitation, fatigue or boredom.
  12. Coating material used to mask or to protect selected areas of a pattern from the action of an etchant, solder, or plating.
  13. A substance applied onto aluminum pieces before etching; no surface particles are removed where the surface is covered with the protective coating.
  14. A light-hardened stencil used in photomechanics to prevent etching of non-printing areas on a printing plate.
  15. the wax preparation used to protect the glass surface from the acid used during the Acid Etching process; surfaces not covered with the resist are etched by the acid (see Acid etching).
  16. Material used in glazing and decorating which can be applied to surface to prevent adhesion of slip or glaze.  Resists may be in the form of tape or adhesive-backed paper, or liquid.  Common liquid resists include water-emulsion WAX RESIST, hot wax, and LATEX.  See WAX RESIST, LATEX, SHELLAC RESIST.
  17. a radiation sensitive material. ( Exposure to patterned radiation produces a latent image in the resist , so after development a relief pattern is left in the resist on the substrate. ...
  18. ^ The waxy or greasy ground which, when bonded to a metal plate, does not allow (resists) the penetration of the acid etching solution. Resist is also used for "stopping out" i.e. protecting certain parts of the plate to allow for controlled deeper etching in other parts of the plate.
  19. Substance applied to plate to protect it from acid while etching metal plate. Also called a "ground".
  20. also masking agent): A resist is a material that temporarily covers and protects a selected area of paper over which a wash is subsequently applied. Once the wash is dry, the artist removes the resist, revealing the shape it preserved on the unpainted surface. ...
  21. (ceramics) A material or method in which a coating such as wax or oil is applied to a piece to prevent a glaze applied on top of the resist from adhering to the clay or glaze underneath. The resist burns off during firing.
  22. means to stop yourself from doing something that you really want to do. What’s the word?
  23. The substance applied to a printing ground to prevent adhesion or another substance, such as ink.
  24. is your ability to resist harmful effects, such as poison or paralysis. Influenced by Vitality and Spirit.
  25. Wax, tape, or any substance used to prevent glaze from adhering to certain areas of a piece during glazing.