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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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The act or process of ceasing to have physical existence, as in science fiction or spiritualism; Also: The act or process of vanishing or disapperaring without a trace.

Usage examples (39)
  • It's hard to argue with the point that it beats "disappear" and "vanish," which "suggest dematerialization, which is rare."
  • There's no doubt the "dematerialization" of information, brought about by the
  • This "dematerialization" phenomenon of the car is generated by the intrinsic motion of the form, which means the car looks like it is moving even when it is standing still.
  • SO much for the dematerialization of art or whatever. for more
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