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English definition of “volatile”
› likely to change suddenly and unexpectedly, or suddenly violent or angry: It was a volatile situation, and the police handled it well. The stock market was highly volatile in the early part of the year. › chemistry If a substance, esp. a liquid, is volatile, it will change easily into a gas: volatile chemicals volatility
/ˌvɑl·əˈtɪl·ɪ·t̬i/ n [U] › Volatility in wheat on Wednesday resulted in a single-day trading record in Kansas City.