vanish+in+thin+air

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

    Dictionary of American idioms

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

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  • 3 vanish\ into\ thin\ air — • disappear into thin air • evaporate into thin air • vanish into thin air v. phr. To disappear quickly, without leaving a trace. Money seems to disappear into thin air these days. Jack just vanished into thin air before the meeting had started …

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  • 4 vanish into thin air — disappear/vanish into thin air out of thin air if something appears or is made out of thin air, it suddenly and mysteriously appears or is made. He ran away eight years ago and it was as though he vanished into thin air. Have you seen my… …

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  • 5 vanish into thin air — disappear, vanish, etc. into thin ˈair idiom to disappear suddenly in a mysterious way • She can t just have vanished into thin air. Main entry: ↑thinidiom …

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  • 6 vanish into thin air —    If something vanishes into thin air, it disappears completely in a mysterious way.     The diamonds vanished into thin air nobody knows what happened to them …

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  • 7 vanish into thin air — Meaning Origin From Shakespeare s Othello. Clown: Then put up your pipes in your bag, for I ll away: go; vanish into air; away! …

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  • 8 vanish into thin air — disappear without a trace, disappear without leaving clues as to where …

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  • 9 disappear/vanish into thin air — to disappear completely in a way that is mysterious The papers seem to have vanished into thin air. • • • Main Entry: ↑thin …

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  • 10 disappear\ into\ thin\ air — • disappear into thin air • evaporate into thin air • vanish into thin air v. phr. To disappear quickly, without leaving a trace. Money seems to disappear into thin air these days. Jack just vanished into thin air before the meeting had started …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 11 evaporate\ into\ thin\ air — • disappear into thin air • evaporate into thin air • vanish into thin air v. phr. To disappear quickly, without leaving a trace. Money seems to disappear into thin air these days. Jack just vanished into thin air before the meeting had started …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 12 disappear into thin air — disappear/vanish into thin air out of thin air if something appears or is made out of thin air, it suddenly and mysteriously appears or is made. He ran away eight years ago and it was as though he vanished into thin air. Have you seen my… …

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  • 13 disappear into thin air —    If someone or something disappears into thin air, they vanish in a mysterious way.     After being accused of embezzlement, the director disappeared into thin air …

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  • 14 disappear into thin air — disappear, vanish, etc. into thin ˈair idiom to disappear suddenly in a mysterious way • She can t just have vanished into thin air. Main entry: ↑thinidiom …

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  • 15 into thin air — adverb immediately and inexplicably out of sight. He seemed to vanish into thin air …

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  • 16 thin — thin1 W2S2 [θın] adj comparative thinner superlative thinnest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(not thick)¦ 2¦(not fat)¦ 3¦(hair)¦ 4¦(liquid)¦ 5¦(smoke/mist)¦ 6¦(air)¦ 7¦(excuse/argument/evidence etc)¦ 8 a thin …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 thin — 1 /TIn/ comparative thinner superlative thickest adjective 1 NOT THICK having a very small distance or a smaller distance than usual between two sides or two flat surfaces: a thin nylon rope | She s only wearing a thin summer jacket. | two thin… …

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  • 18 vanish — v. 1) to vanish completely 2) (D; intr.) to vanish from (to vanish from sight) 3) (D; intr.) to vanish into (to vanish into thin air) * * * [ vænɪʃ] to vanish completely (D; intr.) to vanish from (to vanish from sight) (D; intr.) to vanish into… …

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  • 19 vanish — verb 1 disappear suddenly and completely ADVERB ▪ just, simply ▪ I turned around and she had simply vanished. ▪ abruptly, instantly, promptly, suddenly …

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  • 20 vanish */*/ — UK [ˈvænɪʃ] / US verb [intransitive] Word forms vanish : present tense I/you/we/they vanish he/she/it vanishes present participle vanishing past tense vanished past participle vanished 1) a) to disappear in a sudden and mysterious way One moment… …

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