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Translation of "disappear" - English-Spanish dictionary

disappear

verb   /ˌdɪs·əˈpɪər/
B1 to suddenly go somewhere and be impossible to see or find desaparecer She watched him disappear into the crowd. Her husband disappeared in 1991.
to no longer exist desaparecer These flowers are disappearing from our countryside.
(Definition of disappear from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

disappear

verb /disəˈpiə/
to vanish from sight desaparecr The sun disappeared slowly below the horizon.
to fade out of existence desaparecer This custom had disappeared by the end of the century.
to go away so that other people do not know where one is desaparecer A search is being carried out for the boy who disappeared from his home on Monday.
disappearance noun
desaparición the mysterious disappearance of the jewels.
(Definition of disappear from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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