[ feyz-out ]
/ ˈfeɪzˌaʊt /
an act or instance of phasing out; planned discontinuation or expiration.
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Origin of phaseout
First recorded in 1955–60; noun use of verb phrase phase out
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British Dictionary definitions for phaseout
(tr, adverb) to discontinue or withdraw gradually
the action or an instance of phasing outa phase-out of conventional forces
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