elapse

[v] - pass by, as of time
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Elapse

E┬Ělapse' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Elapsed ; present participle & verbal noun Elapsing .] [ Latin elapsus , past participle of elabi to glide away; e out + labi to fall, slide. See ...
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elapse

lapse verb pass by; `three years elapsed`
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Elapse

• (v. i.) To slip or glide away; to pass away silently, as time; -- used chiefly in reference to time.
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elapse

elapse, elapsed, elapsing, elapses 1. To pass or go by, especially in a gradual, slow, or imperceptible way; to slip away: 'Several hours elapsed before we arrived home.' 2. The passing of a certain period of time.
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