Third-person singular simple present indicative form of elide.(verb)
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Use "elides" in a sentence
"He said it "kind of elides the apparent fact that Descriptions don't actually have any SEO weight."
"Manzi elides his point about per capita GDP by saying that he was focused on economic power, not productivity."
"However, for centuries in Japan they preferred to take advantage of ceramic misadventure by actually drawing attention to it by means of kintsugi, especially when the new aesthetic element thus added either comments on, converges, or even elides with the shape and colour of the original vessel — making it look even more beautiful and, incidentally, valuable than before."