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near-death experience

[ neer-dethik-speer-ee-uhns ]
/ ˈnɪərˈdɛθ ɪkˌspɪər i əns /
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a sensation or vision, as of the afterlife, reported by a person who has come close to death. Abbreviation: nde, NDE
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near-death experience

noun
an experience, instances of which have been widely reported, in which a person near death is apparently outside his body and aware of it and the attendant circumstances as separate from himAbbreviation: NDE
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