verb (used without object), elapsed, elapsing.
(of time) to slip or pass by:
Thirty minutes elapsed before the performance began.
the passage or termination of a period of time; lapse.
(intransitive) (of time) to pass by
1640s, from Middle French elapser, from Latin elapsus, past participle of elabi “slip or glide away, escape,” from ex- “out, away” (see ex-) + labi “to slip, glide” (see lapse (n.)). The noun now corresponding to elapse is lapse. Related: Elapsed; elapsing.
[ee-ler-uh] /ˈi lər ə/ noun 1. Astronomy. a small moon of the planet Jupiter. /ɛˈlærə/ noun 1. (astronomy) a small satellite of Jupiter in an intermediate orbit
1. Hellenic People’s Army of Liberation, the military organization of the EAM: Greek resistance force in World War II.
God made. (1.) One of the descendants of Judah, of the family of Hezron (1 Chr. 2:39, “Eleasah”). (2.) A descendant of king Saul (1 Chr. 8:37; 9:43). (3.) The son of Shaphan, one of the two who were sent by Zedekiah to Nebuchadnezzar, and also took charge of Jeremiah’s letter to the captives in […]
[ih-las-muh-brangk, ih-laz-] /ɪˈlæs məˌbræŋk, ɪˈlæz-/ adjective 1. belonging or pertaining to the Elasmobranchii, the subclass of cartilaginous fishes comprising the sharks and rays. noun 2. an elasmobranch fish. /ɪˈlæsməˌbræŋk; ɪˈlæz-/ noun 1. any cartilaginous fish of the subclass Elasmobranchii (or Selachii), which includes the sharks, rays, dogfish, and skates adjective 2. of, relating to, or […]