diminish

diminish
verb
1) уменьшать (-ся), убавлять(ся)
2) ослаблять
3) унижать
Syn:
reduce
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(v) уменьшать; уменьшить
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уменьшать(ся)
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[di·min·ish || dɪ'mɪnɪʃ] v. уменьшать, приуменьшать, убавлять, ослаблять, уменьшаться
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ослаблять
поубавить
поубавиться
поумерить
приуменьшить
сбавить
сбавлять
слабеть
сокращать
убавить
убавлять
уменьшать
уменьшаться
уменьшить
уменьшиться
умерять
унижать
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1) а) убывать б) уменьшать 2) занижать, недооценивать (роль, значение и т.д.)

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  • diminish — (v.) early 15c., from merger of two obsolete verbs, diminue and minish. Diminue is from O.Fr. diminuer make small, from L. diminuere break into small pieces, variant of deminuere lessen, diminish, from de completely + minuere make small (see… …   Etymology dictionary

  • diminish — [v1] become or cause to be less abate, abbreviate, attenuate, become smaller, close, contract, curtail, cut, decline, decrease, depreciate, die out, drain, dwindle, ebb, extenuate, fade away, lessen, lower, minify, moderate, peter out, recede,… …   New thesaurus

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  • diminish — ► VERB ▪ make or become less. ● (the law of) diminishing returns Cf. ↑the law of diminishing returns ORIGIN Latin deminuere lessen …   English terms dictionary

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  • diminish */*/ — UK [dɪˈmɪnɪʃ] / US verb Word forms diminish : present tense I/you/we/they diminish he/she/it diminishes present participle diminishing past tense diminished past participle diminished 1) [intransitive] to become less The intensity of the sound… …   English dictionary


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