Vanish

  • 21vanish — verb 1) he vanished without a trace Syn: disappear, be lost to sight/view, become invisible, vanish into thin air, recede from view, dematerialize Ant: appear, materialize 2) all hope of freedom vanished Syn …

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  • 22vanish — /ˈvænɪʃ / (say vanish) verb (i) 1. to disappear from sight, or become invisible, especially quickly. 2. to disappear by ceasing to exist; come to an end; cease. 3. Mathematics (of a number or quantity) to become zero. {Middle English vanisshen,… …

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  • 23vanish — [14] To vanish is etymologically to ‘become empty’. The word comes via Old French esvanir ‘disappear’ from Vulgar Latin *exvānīre, a variant of Latin ēvānēscere ‘disappear’ (source also of English evanescent [18]). This was a compound verb formed …

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  • 24vanish — vanisher, n. vanishingly, adv. vanishment, n. /van ish/, v.i. 1. to disappear from sight, esp. quickly; become invisible: The frost vanished when the sun came out. 2. to go away, esp. furtively or mysteriously; disappear by quick departure: The… …

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  • 25vanish — verb /ˈvænɪʃ/ a) To become invisible or to move out of view unnoticed. The function f(x)=x^2 vanishes at x=0. b) To become equal to zero. Syn …

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  • 26vanish — [[t]væ̱nɪʃ[/t]] vanishes, vanishing, vanished 1) VERB If someone or something vanishes, they disappear suddenly or in a way that cannot be explained. He just vanished and was never seen again... The aircraft vanished without trace... [V from n]… …

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  • 27vanish — van·ish || vænɪʃ v. disappear, cease to exist …

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  • 28vanish v — varnish v …

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  • 29vanish — verb 1》 disappear suddenly and completely.     ↘gradually cease to exist. 2》 Mathematics become zero. Derivatives vanishing adjective &noun vanishingly adverb Origin ME: shortening of OFr. e(s)vaniss , lengthened stem of e(s)vanir, from L.… …

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  • 30vanish — v. a. 1. Disappear, go out of sight, be lost to view, become invisible. 2. Disappear, dissolve, fade away, melt away, pass away, be lost, be no more, pass, fade, be annihilated …

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  • 31vanish — v 1. disappear, leave no trace, dematerial ize, disappear from sight, disappear from the face of the earth, disappear into thin air, be lost to sight; be swallowed up, go down the drain, go by the board; evaporate, dissipate, disperse, volatilize …

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  • 32vanish — van·ish …

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  • 33vanish — verb 1) he vanished into the darkness Syn: disappear, be lost to sight, become invisible, recede from view 2) all hope vanished Syn: fade (away), evaporate, melt away, end, cease to exist, pass away …

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  • 34vanish*/ — [ˈvænɪʃ] verb [I] 1) to disappear in a sudden or mysterious way One moment she was there, the next she had vanished.[/ex] The plane circled the airport once, then vanished.[/ex] He vanished into the darkness.[/ex] My calculator s vanished from my …

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  • 35vanish — van•ish [[t]ˈvæn ɪʃ[/t]] v. i. 1) to disappear quickly from sight; become invisible 2) to go away, esp. furtively: The thief vanished in the night[/ex] 3) to come to an end 4) math. (of a number, quantity, or function) to become zero 5) to cause… …

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  • 36vanish —   Nalowale, nalo, nalohia.   Also: olomio, poholo, palemo, pio loa, āha ikapupuhi …

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  • 37vanish — v. 1 intr. a disappear suddenly. b disappear gradually; fade away. 2 intr. cease to exist. 3 intr. Math. become zero. 4 tr. cause to disappear. Phrases and idioms: vanishing cream an ointment that leaves no visible trace when rubbed into the skin …

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  • 38Vanish (brand) — Vanish toilet bowl cleaner is manufactured by Reckitt Benckiser PLC.They obtained the brand through the purchase of The Drackett Company in 1992. Drackett purchased the product from inventor Judson Dunaway.Judson Dunaway Corporation of Dover NH… …

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  • 39vanish into thin air — See: DISAPPEAR INTO THIN AIR …

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  • 40vanish into thin air — See: DISAPPEAR INTO THIN AIR …

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