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Adjective
Becoming tired or less dynamic
Adjective
Lasting or taking a small amount of time
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Settling in
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On the point of death
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Relating to the physical or biological condition or needs of being human
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The process of decay or rotting in a body or other organic matter
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An act of someone or something ceasing to be visible
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The amount or degree by which something is reduced
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A reduction in the level of some property with distance, especially the amplitude of a wave or the strength of a signal
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The fading or disturbance of received radio signals caused by unwanted signals from other sources, such as unshielded electrical equipment, or broadcasts from other stations or channels
Noun
Accumulating damage to macromolecules, cells, tissues and organs with the passage of time
Verb
Present participle for to whiten, typically by the removal of color
“All colour fades, especially under the impact of direct sunlight.”
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Present participle for gradually grow faint and disappear
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“Benefits like this, however, fade into insignificance compared to the bigger picture.”
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Present participle for lose or cause to lose colour or brightness
“Again, the strands of color start out saturated and fade in intensity, as if done in a single gesture.”
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Present participle for to become faded
“It is safest to prune, when needed, as soon as flowers fade because buds are set almost immediately for the next season.”
Verb
Present participle for to become faded
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Present participle for to change or lose color
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Present participle for to make, or cause to be, blur or dim
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Present participle for to become mature, old or ripe
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Present participle for to damage, erode, or destroy by friction or use
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Present participle for to remove completely, leaving no trace
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Fading out
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Present participle for to cause to become tired, weary or fatigued
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Present participle for to cause damage to
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