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Translation of "fade" - English-Spanish dictionary

fade

verb   /feɪd/ ( present participle fading, past tense and past participle faded)
If a colour or sound fades, it gradually becomes less bright or strong. desteñirse, desvanecerse The music fades at the end of the song.
→  Phrasal verbs fade away
(Definition of fade from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fade

verb /feid/
to (make something) lose strength, colour/color, loudness etc apagarse, debilitarse; desteñir The noise gradually faded (away) The light was beginning to fade when we arrived.
(Definition of fade from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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