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die

verb be no more, breathe one's last, cease living, cease to exist, decease, demise, depart, end one's life, lose one's life, meet one's death, mori, mortem obire, part with life, pass away, pass on, perish, relinquish life, rest in peace, succumb to death, suffer death, vita decedere
Associated concepts: die at any time without issue surviving, die by his own hand or act, die in performance of duty, die intestate, die leaving issue, die seised and possessed, die simultaneously, die without children or issue, die without heirs, die without issue, die without lawful issue, testamennary dispositions
See also: decease, expire, pattern, perish, stamp, succumb, terminate
References in classic literature ?
No—no—dearest Elizabeth, I may die with you, but I can never leave you
But for that woman," and he pointed to my mother, "let her make haste and die, so that I do not need to teach her what a long time death can take to come.
Die titel van die bundel, Voor-bode, mag op die oog af strydig lyk met dit wat hierbo as hoofstrekking van Vos se werk geidentifiseer is.
Die deurlopende tema van die bundel is God, die Onsienlike Son, en sy invloed in die lewens van heiliges.
Soos die spreekwoordelike oase in die woestyn, spring die kinders op uit die stowwerige vlakte in hul kleurvolle en tradisionele laslappie uitrustings.
Underwater pelletizers typically use a circular die with anywhere from 10 to 20 holes up to hundreds of holes.
Each individual death means the loss of a singular version of DNA, to be sure, but for a species to survive, the individual members of the species must die.
The play with language and with associations, the foregrounding, in the short story, "Die verlossing van die beeld" (Breytenbach, 1983) with its metafictional title and apparently divergent motifs (rain/water, watch, onion, the death and burial of a grandfather) acts, as it were, as an invitation to the reader to become a co-player.
Recent Advancements On Porosity Simulation In High Pressure Die Casting (T05-012)
Controlling flow inside the die to give the desired velocity profile at the die exit; and
The president of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Byock agrees with Peck's contention that far too many Americans die needlessly prolonged, painful, and expensive deaths, and he can certainly understand why so many of us would be afraid of dying in this way.
For example, there is the fact that women currently live longer, tending to die more slowly from longer-term conditions than do men, and the fact that women tend to feel freer to seek any sort of medical care, to acknowledge pain and suffering, and to classify it as unendurable.