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vanish
'vænɪʃ
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English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Decrease rapidly and disappear.
  2. Get lost, as without warning or explanation.
  3. Cease to exist.
  4. Pass away rapidly.
  5. Become invisible or unnoticeable.
Hyphenationvan•ish
Part of Speech(不及物的动) intransitive verb, (名) noun
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消失xiāoshīto disappear; to fade away
消散xiāosànto dissipate
消灭xiāomièto put an end to; to annihilate; to cause to perish; to perish; annihilation (in quantum field theory)
不见bùjiànnot to see; not to meet; to have disappeared; to be missing
人间蒸发rénjiān zhēngfāto vanish; to disappear from the face of the earth
收敛shōuliǎnto vanish; to moderate; to exercise restraint; to curb (one's mirth, arrogance etc); to astringe; (math.) to converge
没影méiyǐngto vanish; to be nowhere to be found; unfounded (story)
mǐnto vanish; to die out; to obliterate
遁形dùnxíngto vanish; to hide; to cover one's traces
冰释bīngshìto dispel (enmity, misunderstandings etc); to vanish (or misgivings, differences of opinion); thaw (in relations)
化为乌有huà wéi wūyǒuto go up in smoke; to vanish
涣然huànránto dissipate; to vanish
绝迹juéjìto be eradicated; to vanish; extinct; to break off relations
隐灭yǐnmièto fade away; to vanish; to disappear
隐退yǐntuìto retire (from society, esp. from politics); to vanish
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