Meaning of DIE in English

I. intransitive verb (~d; dying) Etymology: Middle English ~n, from or akin to Old Norse deyja to ~; akin to Old High German touwen to ~ Date: 12th century to pass from physical life ; expire , 2. to pass out of existence ; cease , to disappear or subside gradually, 3. sink , languish , to long keenly or desperately , to be overwhelmed by emotion , 4. to cease functioning ; stop , to end in failure , to become indifferent , II. noun (plural dice or ~s) Etymology: Middle English dee, from Anglo-French dé Date: 14th century a small cube marked on each face with from one to six spots and used usually in pairs in various games and in gambling by being shaken and thrown to come to rest at random on a flat surface, dado 1a, any of various tools or devices for imparting a desired shape, form, or finish to a material or for impressing an object or material: as, a. the larger of a pair of cutting or shaping tools that when moved toward each other produce a desired form in or impress a desired device on an object by pressure or by a blow, a device composed of a pair of such tools, a hollow internally threaded screw-cutting tool used for forming screw threads, a mold into which molten metal or other material is forced, a perforated block through which metal or plastic is drawn or extruded for shaping

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