Complete Definition of "vanish"

English

Etymology
Aphetic for obsolete evanish, Old French esvanir, esvaniss- (French évanouir), Vulgar Latin evanescere, from vanus, "empty".

Pronunciation
AHD|văn'ĭsh
IPA|/ˈvænɪʃ/
SAMPA|/"[email protected]/

Verb
en-verb|vanish|es

  1. To become invisible or move out of view unnoticed.
  2. Mathematics To become equal to zero.

#:The function f(x)x^2 vanishes at x0.

Synonyms
disappear

Translations

Afrikaans: verdwyn (1)
Arabic: ARchar|اختفى (’iχtáfa)
Bulgarian: изчезвам (izčezvam) (1)
Chinese: 消失 (xiāoshī) (1)
Dutch: verdwijnen (1)
Estonian: kaduma, haihtuma, hääbuma (1)
Finnish: hävitä, kadota (1)
French: t+|fr|disparaître (1)
German: verschwinden (1,2)
Italian: sparire, svanire (1)
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Japanese: 消える (きえる, kieru) (1)
Korean: 사라지다 (sarajida)
Portuguese: desaparecer (1)
Russian: исчезать (isčezát’)
Slovak: zmiznúť (1)
Spanish: desvanecerse, desaparecer (1)
Swedish: försvinna

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