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Solid most commonly refers to a phase (or state) of matter.
Solid may also refer to:
- Solid geometry, the traditional name for the geometry of three-dimensional Euclidean space
- Polyhedron, a geometric object with flat faces and straight edges
- "Solid" (song), 1984 Ashford & Simpson song
- Solid (U.D.O. album)
- Solid (Grant Green album), 1979
- Solid (Groundhogs album), 1974
- Solid (Mandrill album)
- Solid (Michael Henderson album), 1976
- Solid (Woody Shaw album), 1986
- Solid (KDE), the device framework of KDE 4
- solidDB, a database
- SOLID (object-oriented design), an acronym for five basic principles of Object-oriented design in Computer science
- Solid (billiard ball), the wholly colored balls 1-7
- Solid Snake, a fictional character in the Metal Gear games series
- SOLiD, a next-generation DNA sequencing system sold by Applied Biosystems
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