What does Eclipse mean?

Eclipse in AZ Dictionary

(n) The limited or complete obscuring, relative to a designated observer, of one celestial human anatomy by another.
(n) The period of the time when such an obscuration takes place.
(n) A temporary or permanent dimming or cutting off of light.
(v) resulting in an eclipse of.
(v) To obscure; darken.
(v) To obscure or reduce in relevance, popularity, or reputation.
(v) Of astronomical figures, to cause an eclipse.
(v) To overshadow; become much better or maybe more apparent than.
(v) to endure eclipsis
(v) To suffer an eclipse.
To confuse by an eclipse; cause the obscuration of; darken or hide, as a heavenly human body: as, the moon eclipses the sunlight.
To overshadow; throw in the tone; obscure; for this reason, to surpass or succeed.
To experience an eclipse.

Eclipse in Astronomy Dictionary

the total or partial blocking of 1 celestial human anatomy by another. by Tressa TjadenReport definition

Eclipse in Community Dictionary

(you shouldn't be offended)when your mom passes my television by Bettye BeamReport definition
The last track on Dark Side of The Moon.(one that goes along after Brain harm). by Alethia DinanReport definition
1.The limited or complete obscuring, in accordance with a designated observer, of just one celestial body by another. 2.The period of time when these types of an obscuration does occur. 3.A short-term or permanent dimming or cutting-off of light. 4.A end up in obscurity or disuse; a decline: “A composer... often gets into eclipse after his demise rather than regains appeal” (Time). 5.A disgraceful or embarrassing end; a downfall by Celina BraswellReport definition
per day time blackout.Blacking out although the sunlight is within the sky. by Jacque ClevelandReport definition
a model of vehicle under the Mitsubishi Motors Co. thought by many to be the very best car previously built in the entire world. Especially its third generation version. by ErnestoReport definition

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    • obscuration, gloom, darkness, sully, cloud
  • Verb Forms for "Eclipse"
    • eclipsed, eclipses, eclipsing
  • Phrases for "Eclipse"
    • total eclipse, eclipse sweeps, eclipse golden, eclipse everything, eclipse appeared
  • Rhyme for "Eclipse"
    • Crips, Flips, Scripps, blips, chips
  • Hyponym for "Eclipse"
    • occultation, transit
  • Hypernym for "Eclipse"
    • overshadow, bulk large, hover, brood, loom
  • Cross Reference for "Eclipse"
    • eclipse of thales, eclipse variable, cycle of eclipses, total eclipse, quantity of an eclipse
  • Etymologically Related for "Eclipse"
    • lunar eclipse, ecliptical, ecliptic, total eclipse, solar eclipse
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