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eclipsesolar eclipsee·clipse (ĭ-klĭps′)n.1. a. The partial or complete obscuring, relative to a designated observer, of one celestial body by another.b. The period of time during which such an obscuration occurs.2. A temporary or permanent dimming or cutting off of light.3. a. A fall into obscurity or disuse; a decline: A composer ... often goes into eclipse after his death and never regains popularity (Time).b. A disgraceful or humiliating end; a downfall: Revelations of wrongdoing helped bring about the eclipse of the governor's career.tr.v. e·clipsed, e·clips·ing, e·clips·es 1. a. To cause an eclipse of.b. To obscure; darken.2. a. To obscure or diminish in importance, fame, or reputation.b. To surpass; outshine: an outstanding performance that eclipsed the previous record.[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin eclīpsis, from Greek ekleipsis, from ekleipein, to fail to appear, suffer an eclipse : ek-, out; see ecto- + leipein, to leave; see leikw- in Indo-European roots.]