[fey-der] /ˈfeɪ dər/
a person or thing that .
Movies, Broadcasting, Recording. a multiple-unit volume control used in changing gradually from one signal source to another, decreasing the volume from the first audio or visual source while increasing the volume from the second.
sound control device, 1931, agent noun from fade (v.).
/fædʒ/ verb (intransitive) (archaic or dialect) 1. to agree 2. to succeed noun 3. (NZ) a package of wool in a wool-bale that weighs less than 100 kilograms
[feyd] /feɪd/ verb (used without object), faded, fading. 1. to lose brightness or vividness of color. 2. to become dim, as light, or lose brightness of illumination. 3. to lose freshness, vigor, strength, or health: The tulips have faded. 4. to disappear or die gradually (often followed by away or out): His anger faded away. […]
1. Fleet Admiral. fleet admiral
[fah-doo; English fah-doh] /ˈfɑ dʊ; English ˈfɑ doʊ/ noun 1. a Portuguese folk song typically of doleful or fatalistic character and usually accompanied on the guitar. 2. a dance to the music of such a song. /ˈfɑːdu/ noun 1. a type of melancholy Portuguese folk song n. popular music style of Portugal, 1902, from Latin […]