1. To lose brightness, loudness, or brilliance gradually; dim:
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:
5. To cause to lose brightness, freshness, or strength:
Time has faded her beauty.
6. Football To move back from the scrimmage line. Used of a quarterback.
7. Games To meet the bet of (an opposing player) in dice.
8. A gradual diminution in the brightness or visibility of an image in cinema or television.
9. A periodic reduction in the received strength of a radio transmission.
10. To appear gradually.
11. To cause to appear or be heard gradually. Used of a cinematic or television image or of a sound.
12. To disappear gradually.
13. To cause to disappear gradually. Used of a cinematic or television image or of a sound.
14. Middle English faden
15. from Old French fader
源自 古法语 fader
16. from fade [faded]
源自 fade [枯萎的]
17. probably from Vulgar Latin *fatidus
可能源自 俗拉丁语 *fatidus
18. alteration of Latin fatuus [insipid]
拉丁语 fatuus的变化 [没味道的]