the disappearance, complete or in part, of the sun's light when the moon passes between it and the Earth, or of the moon's light when the Earth passes between it and the sun
the loss of fame, power, success, etc.
cause an eclipse
do or be worse than; make a shadow on
"the tragedy overshadowed the couple's happiness"
"The Sun eclipses the moon today"
"Planets and stars often are occulted by other celestial bodies"
Often had mankind seen the sun in eclipse.
出自： James Harris
The..fog that eclipsed his forward vision.
出自： L. Deighton