Invisible meaning

ĭn-vĭzə-bəl
Impossible to see; not visible.

Air is invisible.

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The definition of invisible is something that cannot be seen or someone who is ignored and treated as if he is not seen.

Ink that disappears so you cannot see it on the page is an example of invisible ink.

When you stand in line at the store and customers and staff ignore you and do not help you, this is an example of a time when you might be described as invisible.

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Not easily noticed or detected; inconspicuous.
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Not accessible to view; hidden.

Mountain peaks invisible in the fog.

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Too small or too faint to be seen; imperceptible.
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An invisible thing or being.
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Unable to be seen; out of sight; not visible.
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Not appearing on the surface.
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(Internet) Apparently, but not actually, offline.

I went invisible so that my ex-girlfriend wouldn't send me instant messages.

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(psychology) That is ignored by a person.
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Not published in financial statements.

An invisible asset.

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One that is invisible.
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Not visible; that cannot be seen.
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Out of sight; not apparent.
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Kept hidden.

Invisible assets.

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the Invisible
  • God.
  • The unseen world.
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Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

the Invisible

Origin of invisible

  • From Old French invisible, from Latin invisibilis

    From Wiktionary