To provide with a bunk.
1. To clear land of its vegetation by burning it off.
2. To use up (energy); SYN. burn, burn up.
1. To become clear; SYN. clear, light up, brighten.
2. When a problem, misunderstanding, or disease goes away, it clears up.
Alternate (chiefly British) spelling of dematerialize.
(Alternate spelling: dematerialise).
To become immaterial; disappear.
To get lost, esp. without warning or explanation; SYN. vanish, go away.
To disappear gradually; as of emotions, for example; SYN. fade, blow over, pass off, fleet, pass.
To fade away; vanish.
1. To drop to a lower level; as in one's morals or standards; SYN. backslide.
2. To end, at least for a long time
3. To let slip
To mix together, or to fuse together -- especially said of groups or companies
1. To travel past, as of a vehicle; SYN. overtake, overhaul.
2. To cause to pass:; SYN. make pass.
3. To go across or through; SYN. go through, go across.
4. To succeed at a test or a screening
5. To place into the hands or custody of; SYN. hand, reach, pass on, turn over, give.
6. To transfer to another; of rights or property
7. To accept or judge as acceptable
8. To allow to go without comment or censure:
9. To get a passing grade in an exams; SYN. nail, make it.
10. To go unchallenged; be approved; SYN. clear.
11. To throw (a ball) to another player
To go out of existence
To depart quickly.
1. To become invisible or unnoticeable; SYN. disappear, go away.
2. To cease to exist; SYN. disappear.
3. To decrease rapidly, as of money; SYN. fly.
1. To diminish or remove by attrition or slow decay; as, to wear off the nap of cloth.
2. To pass away by degrees.
3. When the surface of something is gradually removed by friction or exposure to the elements so that what is beneath the surface is exposed, the surface wears off.
4. When the effects of drugs or alcohol gradually go away, they wear off.
5. When an emotional feeling gradually goes away, it wears off.