fade out

fade out
verb
become weaker (Freq. 1)
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The sound faded out

Syn: ↑dissolve, ↑fade away
Derivationally related forms: ↑fadeout, ↑dissolve (for: ↑dissolve)
Hypernyms: ↑change state, ↑turn
Verb Group: ↑dissolve
Verb Frames:
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fade out
In films, radio, television, etc, to cause (sound or a picture) to disappear gradually (fadeˈ-out noun)
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Main Entry:fade

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ˌfade ˈout [intransitive/transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they fade out he/she/it fades out present participle fading out past tense faded out past participle faded out] phrasal verb
if a sound or picture fades out, or if you fade it out, it gradually disappears

The voice on the radio faded out.

Thesaurus: to disappear, or to stop existing or happeningsynonym
Main entry: fade

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ˌfade ˈin/ˈout derived
to become clearer or louder / less clear or quieter

George saw the monitor black out and then a few words faded in.

Main entry:fadederived

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