Definition of vanishing point in English:

vanishing point

Pronunciation /ˈvaniSHiNG ˌpoint/ /ˈvænɪʃɪŋ ˌpɔɪnt/

Translate vanishing point into Spanish


  • 1The point at which receding parallel lines viewed in perspective appear to converge.

    ‘Would you stand there and plot the many vanishing points and diminishing lines, or would you draw what you see?’
    • ‘Two other paintings also display contradictory geometries and inaccurate vanishing points and distance points.’
    • ‘Fragmented planes appear to glide toward a central vanishing point.’
    • ‘Her scenes have no horizon line or vanishing point and consist of glowing color fields or grounds.’
    • ‘The works are formed of shafts of colour that disappear to a vanishing point.’
  • 2in singular The point at which something that has been growing smaller or increasingly faint disappears altogether.

    ‘custody fees have dropped close to the vanishing point’
    • ‘This year we're getting close to the vanishing point.’
    • ‘These very different formats interestingly end up meeting at the same vanishing point: silence.’