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vanish

van·ish

vanish

 
 
pronunciation:
vae nihsh
parts of speech:
intransitive verb, transitive verb
part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: vanished, vanishes, vanishing
definition 1: to disappear quickly from sight.
The ghost appeared and then vanished.
synonyms:
disappear
antonyms:
appear, materialize
similar words:
disperse, dissipate, evanesce, evaporate
definition 2: to leave quickly; depart unnoticed.
Bored to tears, he managed to vanish into the next room.
synonyms:
depart
similar words:
decamp, disappear, flee, go, leave, split
definition 3: to become nonexistent.
Her good mood vanished when she saw how much the meal cost.
synonyms:
disappear, evaporate
antonyms:
endure, materialize
similar words:
cease, disperse, dissipate, dissolve, end, evanesce, expire, fade, perish
 
part of speech: transitive verb
definition: to cause to disappear.
The magician vanished the coins.
similar words:
dissipate
derivations: vanisher (n.), vanishment (n.)