Definitions for "Fading"
Losing freshness, color, brightness, or vigor.
Loss of color, freshness, or vigor.
The gradual elimination of a stimulus that controls a specific behavior. This can be applied to the gradual reduction of a verbal prompt, as well as to the gradual reduction of some behavioral procedure or program. This is a level I procedure.
A phenomenon, generally of microwave or radio transmission, where atmospheric, electromagnetic or gravitational influences cause a signal to be deflected or diverted away from the target receiver.
The combination of out-of-phase multiple signals that results in a weaker or self-canceling data signal.
The variation in received signal's amplitude due to interference is called as fading.
Keywords:  discolouration, see
See discolouration
Keywords:  irish, burden, song, dance
An Irish dance; also, the burden of a song.
Keywords:  bull, slowly, spinning, gains, ground
A bull that spins and slowly gains ground in the direction that he is spinning.
Keywords:  trader, gap, rising, falling, buying
Selling a rising price, or buying a falling price. As an example, a trader fading an up opening, or gap, would be going short.
Keywords:  bets, placing
Placing bets.