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  1. Jum
    blend into the woodwork To make oneself inconspicuous. Because I'm on probation at work, I'm just trying to blend into the woodwork for now. See also: blend, woodwork do a fade To flee some place in a sudden or stealthy manner. We need to do a fade quick before they catch us in here. See also: fade fade away To slowly become less noticeable or.
  2. Disar
    Jun 02,  · Homophone: Pfade (only according to a regional pronunciation of this word); Rhymes: aːdə Adjective []. fade (comparative fader, superlative am fadesten or am fadsten). bland. , Rudolf Steiner, Nationalökonomischer Kurs, Erster Vortrag Solch eine Volkswirtschaftslehre würde der Engländer fade gefunden haben. Man denkt doch über solche Dinge nicht nach, würde er gesagt haben.
  3. Aradal
    Define fade. fade synonyms, fade pronunciation, fade translation, English dictionary definition of fade. v. fad·ed, fad·ing, fades v. intr. 1. To lose brightness, loudness, or brilliance gradually: The lights and music faded as we set sail from the harbor.
  4. Vot
    Fade definition, to lose brightness or vividness of color. See more.
  5. Akill
    The skin fade, also known as a zero fade haircut, is a barbershop favorite. Guys love the skin fade haircut because it is super clean, high-contrast, and gives off a bad boy style. Whether you pick a high, mid or low skin fade depends on how short you want the sides and back cut, but all of these fades will require your hair to be shaved down.
  6. Nikosar
    fade - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums. All Free.
  7. Kazragor
    Inflections of 'fade' (v): (⇒ conjugate) fades v 3rd person singular fading v pres p verb, present participle: ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing." faded v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed." faded v past p verb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs.
  8. Arashijar
    fade (fād) v. fad·ed, fad·ing, fades caldiluwheelwbarka.vauradcdiscdontirenicezaficasca.infoinfo 1. To lose brightness, loudness, or brilliance gradually: The lights and music faded as we set sail from the harbor. 2. To lose freshness; wither: summer flowers that had faded. 3. To lose strength or vitality; wane: youthful energy that had faded over the years. 4. To disappear gradually; vanish: a hope.

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