Definition of die of
: to die because of (something) My uncle died of cancer. She died of old age. They say that he died of a broken heart. —sometimes used figuratively to say something causes a lot of discomfort, distress, etc. I almost died of embarrassment. Would you like some water? You must be dying of thirst.
Word by Word Definitions
: to pass from physical life : expire
: to pass out of existence : cease
: sink, languish
: any of various tools or devices for imparting a desired shape, form, or finish to a material or for impressing an object or material: such as
: the larger of a pair of cutting or shaping tools that when moved toward each other produce a desired form in or impress a desired device on an object by pressure or by a blow
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