Definition of dissapear
1. disappear [ v ] get lost, esp. without warning or explanation
Examples: "He disappeared without a trace"
(Edward Austin Walton, "On Education for the Interior...)
The necessity of that day has long disappeared .
(Frank Oppenheimer, "Science and Fear-- A Discussion...)
This and other fears of the solar_system have disappeared gradually , first , with the Ptolemaic_system and its built-in concept of periodicity and_then , more firmly , with the Newtonian innovation of an universal force that could account quantitatively for both terrestrial and celestial motions .
Much of the former extreme uneasiness associated with visions and hallucinations and with death has disappeared .
(James A. Ibers et al., "Proton magnetic resonance...)
One sample , which had been exposed to the atmosphere after evacuation at 375 ` C , showed the presence of adsorbed water ( about 0.3 wt % ) as evidenced by a weak resonance line which was very narrow at room_temperature and which disappeared , due_to broadening , at low_temperature .
(J. F. Vedder, "Micrometeorites", in Francis S. J...)
Since there is a continual loss of micrometeoritic material in space because of the radiation effects , there must be a continual replenishment : otherwise , micrometeorites would have disappeared from interplanetary_space .Synonyms disappear vanish go_away Related Terms appear go evanesce fade fall_off absent die_out desorb skip_town fall die vanisher vanishing
2. disappear [ v ] become less intense and fade away gradually
Examples: "her resistance melted under his charm"
3. disappear [ v ] become invisible or unnoticeable
Examples: "The effect vanished when day broke
4. disappear [ v ] cease to exist
Examples: "An entire civilization vanished"
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