The Latin word indissolubĭlis He arrived in Spanish as indissoluble . East adjective is used to qualify that is not possible to dissolve .
He verb dissolve On the other hand, it can refer to having something incorporated into a liquid by separating its particles or breaking down an element by breaking the bond that exists between its components. When that separation or decomposition cannot be specified, the product or substance is indissoluble.
The notion is often used in a symbolic sense. The members of a couple , for example, can ensure that they maintain a indissoluble bond . Both claim that they have overcome hard times and all kinds of tests and that, therefore, they are convinced that they will never be separated.
For the Catholic Church , a marriage It is indissoluble. The doctrine He points out that this indissolubility is given by divine will. That is why those who marry through the religious rite of Catholicism must theoretically be together "Until death separates them". The union is indissoluble, unlike what happens with a civil marriage (which can be broken through divorce). In practice, of course, those who are married by the Church can separate and follow independent paths, although they no longer have the possibility of remarriage under the precepts of Catholicism.
The Catholic Church relies on a large number of reasons to justify the idea of marriage As an indissoluble contract. However, when a couple stops working, when two people no longer understand each other or do not love each other, the worst thing they can do is stay together by imposition. It is natural to be wrong, and this should not be an offense or a lack of legitimacy: if the flame goes out, then the healthiest decision is to separate trying not to destroy the good times.
It is customary to express, on the other hand, that currently Internet It is an indissoluble part of the daily life . For most people, there is no possibility of living without using this computer network, since many social contacts and work and academic activities are carried out through the Web.
To understand the term indissoluble more thoroughly we can refer to a dictionary of synonyms in search of others that allow us to appreciate their different nuances. In this case, we will see more than one list, which respond to the various meanings it receives in each case. If we understand indissoluble as unionist, that is, as belonging to the political doctrine that defends and supports the union between nations or parties, then we can cite the following synonyms: undivided, inseparable, supportive, one, unitary and inherent.
Note that among the synonyms just mentioned is the pronoun one, which can be used in both male and female; although it does not belong to the same type of word that indissoluble, since the latter is an adjective, it is possible to use them in the same context to express that a tie It can't be broken: "You and I are indissoluble / we are one".
On the other hand we can list the synonyms belonging to the meaning of immutable which refers to what immutable, that is, what does not change: unalterable, invariable permanent and perennial. In this case we can think of a contract that is considered indissoluble, since it cannot be broken; Depending on the context and the point of view, it can also be described as unalterable, permanent or invariable.
As we can see throughout the different meanings and synonyms, there are ideas that are repeated, such as firmness, stability , the constancy in the formation or in a substance, which does not change or suffer the alteration of its parts.