исчезать; пропадать; сбегать; стремиться к нулю
- "As a kid, when you wanna vanish from your parents and environment, you know you can barrel off there and hide yourself quite effectively.
- It seems impossible for a well-selling pop record to vanish from the face of the earth, but it actually seems to have happened here.
- "If he gets advised to go to Sotheby's, the letters'll vanish, into America or somewhere else, or Blackadder'll get them if we're lucky.
- The alienation of large numbers of teachers, and their uneasy relationships with students and communities are problems which will not vanish overnight.
- The man leading the hunt, Detective Superintendent Ian Whinnett, said: "There is nothing in Joanna's background to suggest why she should vanish like this."
- Burton's devil was a terrible and limitless sense of driving pleasure: it was fuelled by awesome capacity and the hunger of those who cannot believe that such fortune will not vanish before their appetite is appeased.
- The stuff about which they were all so concerned seemed to vanish into the most inaccessible shadows of the house.
- Archie shuffled his feet and looked as if he'd like to vanish up his parlour chimney.
- Soon to vanish are German toyboy Dieter Schultz, played by Kai Maurer; beach bar brothers Allan and Gavin Hindle (Jon Morrey and Darren Newton); restaurant owner Bunny (Roger Walker); Irish handyman Snowy (Patch Connolly); and French teenager Arnaud Leduc (Mikael Philippe).
- One of these days they'll just vanish from the face of the earth and never be seen again.
- Why did this interest in decoration vanish in our century?
- Meh'Lindi had once mentioned a legendary Assassin who swallowed a rebel governor's young son whole so that the child should seem to vanish into thin air.
- She turned to catch Archie in the act of trying to vanish upstairs.