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vanish /'væniʃ/
  • nội động từ
    • biến mất, lẩn mất, biến dần, tiêu tan ((nghĩa đen) & (nghĩa bóng))
      • to vanish from sight: biến mất
      • to vanish in the crowd: lẩn mất vào đám đông
      • hopes vanished like a bubble: hy vọng tiêu tan như mây khói
    • (toán học) triệt tiêu; biến mất
    • danh từ
      • (ngôn ngữ học) âm lướt
    Concise Dictionary
    vanishes|vanished|vanishing'vænɪʃ
    verb
    +get lost, as without warning or explanation
    +become invisible or unnoticeable
    +pass away rapidly
    +cease to exist
    +decrease rapidly and disappear

    Advanced English Dictionary
    + verb [V]
    1 to disappear suddenly and/or in a way that you cannot explain: He turned around and vanished into the house. + The magician vanished in a puff of smoke. + My glasses seem to have vanished. + He seems to have vanished without trace.
    2 to stop existing: the vanishing woodlands of northern Europe + All hopes of a peaceful settlement had now vanished. + All thoughts of leaving vanished from his mind.
    Idioms see ACT n., FACE n.
    Collocation Dictionary
    verb

    1 disappear suddenly and completely

    ADV.

    just, simply
    I turned round and she had simply vanished.
    | abruptly, instantly, promptly, suddenly | quickly, rapidly
    Her feelings of shyness rapidly vanished.
    | mysteriously
    a man who mysteriously vanished from his home last month

    VERB + VANISH

    seem to | make sb/sth

    PREP.

    from
    All thoughts of romance vanished from his mind.
    | into
    She vanished into the mist.

    PHRASES

    vanish from the face of the earth, vanish from sight, vanish into thin air
    At a stroke she could make things vanish into thin air.
    | vanish without trace

    2 disappear over a period of time

    ADV.

    altogether, completely, entirely, totally
    Many of these old cinemas have now vanished altogether.
    | all but, almost, virtually
    country inns of a type that has now all but vanished
    | long since
    The people who built this temple have long since vanished.
    | forever
    Much of the land we loved has vanished forever.

    PREP.

    from
    This plant is vanishing from the British countryside.



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