fade out

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To fade from a cut to black in a movie
A type of transition used in movies usually at the end of a scene, in which the transition fades to black from the cut
To slowly disappear
When light, an image or a sound fades out, it disappears after gradually becoming weaker. You'll need to be able to project two images onto the screen as the new one fades in and the old image fades out
become weaker; "The sound faded out"
gradual disappearance; progressive darkening at the end of a scene in a film or television show
When something fades out, it slowly becomes less noticeable or less important until it disappears completely. He thought her campaign would probably fade out soon in any case. = fizzle out
(30) - Return Sabrina's Gastly and all Energy cards attached to it to your hand (Discard all other cards attached to this Pokémon ) Pokémon with this attack: Sabrina's Gastly L9
A change in level over time falling gradually to silence
A gradual decrease in the brightness of an image or the audibility of a sound; a video editing technique used to signal a major transition or the end of a work figurative language The use of words in nonliteral ways Figures of speech such as similes, metaphors, and personification are examples of figurative language first-person point of view When the narrator is involved in the events of the story, he or she is telling the story from a first-person point of view First-person narrators can be unreliable, so the reader may have to figure out what is actually going on See narrator, point of view, third-person point of view font A set of type of one size and face; a style of typeface free verse Poetry that does not have a regular pattern of rhythm, rhyme, or stanzas, but uses the natural rhythm of spoken language
A gradual transition from full exposure to complete black
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a slow or gradual disappearance
fadeout
A type of fading in which the received signal strength is reduced to a value below the noise level of the receiver The most common cause of fadeout is a disturbed ionosphere Also called radio fadeout, Dellinger effect, Mögel-Dellinger effect See blackout
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The tapered feathered end of the riser enveloped by the limb composites
fadeout
a gradual temporary loss of a transmitted signal due to electrical disturbances
fade out

    Türkische aussprache

    feyd aut

    Aussprache

    /ˈfād ˈout/ /ˈfeɪd ˈaʊt/

    Etymologie

    [ 'fAd ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French fader, from fade feeble, insipid, from Vulgar Latin fatidus, alteration of Latin fatuus fatuous, insipid.

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