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1 Translation result for to fade in Spanish

verb

fade verb

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faded, has faded, is fading, fades
desteñirse, decolorarse; debilitarse (dícese de las personas), marchitarse (dícese de las flores y las plantas); desteñir; apagarse (dícese de la luz), perderse (dícese de los sonidos), fundirse (dícese de las imágenes); desvanecerse, decaer
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Example sentences of
fade verb

  • The flowers were fading in the vase.
  • the fading light of late afternoon
  • She was fading fast from the effects of the pneumonia.
  • We watched the ship gradually fade from view as it sailed away.
  • The smile faded from his face.
  • Hopes for a quick end of the crisis are fading fast.
  • Their reasons for leaving have faded from memory.
  • He's trying to recapture the faded glory of his youth.
  • The band's popularity has faded in recent years.
  • The fabric will fade unless you protect it from the sunlight.

Synonyms of
fade verb

Reverse translation for to fade

desteñirse  - to fade 
decolorarse  - to fade 
debilitarse  (dícese de las personas) - to weaken, to wither 
marchitarse  (dícese de las flores y las plantas) - to wither, to shrivel up, to wilt, to languish, to fade away 
desteñir  - to run, to fade 
apagarse  (dícese de la luz) - to go out, to fade, to wane, to die down 
perderse  (dícese de los sonidos) - to get lost, to stray 
fundirse  (dícese de las imágenes) - to fuse together, to blend, to merge, to melt, to thaw, to fade (in television or movies) 
desvanecerse  - to vanish, to disappear, to fade, to faint, to swoon 
decaer  - to decline, to decay, to deteriorate, to weaken, to flag 
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