Oblivion /əˈblɪvɪən/

noun: oblivion


I. The state of being forgotten, especially by the public.

“This exhibition will be around for a month or two, then fade into oblivion.”

Similar meaning: unconsciousness, insensibility, obliviousness


II. The state of being unaware or unconscious of what is happening around one.

“Within the hour he had slipped once again into deep and dreamless oblivion.”

Similar meaning: forgetfulness, darkness, coma


III. Destruction or extinction.

“All the furniture in my room was destroyed into oblivion.”

Similar meaning: nothingness, death, disappearance


IV. Official disregard or overlooking of offenses; pardon; amnesty.


(Anotaci nelze doslovně přeložit, proto je ponechána v anglickém jazyce.)