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  1. ghost

    • IPA[ɡəʊst]


    • n.
      an apparition of a dead person which is believed to appear or become manifest to the living, typically as a nebulous image;a slight trace or vestige of something
    • v.
      act as ghostwriter of (a work);glide smoothly and effortlessly
    • verb: ghost, 3rd person present: ghosts, gerund or present participle: ghosting, past tense: ghosted, past participle: ghosted

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    • 1. act as ghostwriter of (a work) his memoirs were smoothly ghosted by a journalist
    • 2. glide smoothly and effortlessly they ghosted up the river
    • 3. end a personal relationship with (someone) by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication I didn't want to ghost her, so we ended up having ‘the talk’ and it was horrible being ghosted is one of the toughest ways to be dumped