fadeverb [I or T]uk us /feɪd/
- Many of these problems may simply fade into irrelevance when the new rules come into force.
- My memory of childhood fades as time goes by.
- Her worries about her job have faded into the background since she learned about her father's illness.
- Hope is fading that the missing child is still alive.
- As she drifted into sleep, the doctor's face began to blur and fade.