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or fade·out (fād′out′)
A gradual diminishing in intensity of an image, light, or sound to imperceptibility, especially as a transition in a visual or audio recording.
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Noun1.fadeout - a slow or gradual disappearancefadeout - a slow or gradual disappearance  
disappearance - the event of passing out of sight
2.fadeout - a gradual temporary loss of a transmitted signal due to electrical disturbances
interference, noise, disturbance - electrical or acoustic activity that can disturb communication
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DANNY BROUGH is demanding the Giants play with more energy - or risk a Super League fadeout, writes Chris Roberts.
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LIMERICK manager John Allen lamented his side's early second half fadeout which blew their chances of shocking Kilkenny.
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In contrast, and despite another Sunday fadeout, Goosen finished sixth in Portugal last time out in Europe, and only last weekend was third to KJ Choi in defence of his Johor Open title in Asia.