vanish from (something)

vanish from (something)

1. To disappear or pass out of view, sight, etc., especially suddenly or mysteriously. The magician's signature illusion is to make a volunteer vanish from sight.
2. To become missing from some place, as if having been removed or become lost (usually to someone's surprise or confusion). I would give you my stapler, but it seems to have vanished from my desk. That poor little girl vanished from her school back in the '80s and was never found again.
3. To pass from existence on or in some place. The dinosaurs vanished from the earth roughly 65 million years ago. The tribe completely vanished from the land due to the horrible plague.
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vanish from something

to disappear from something or some place. The money vanished from the desk drawer. My glasses have vanished from sight again.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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