diminuer englanniksi   shrink fr, abate fr, reduce fr, diminish fr, go down fr, lower fr, dwindle fr, decrease fr


: The dryer shrank my sweater.

: This garment will shrink when wet.

*: I have not found that water, by mixture of ashes, will shrink or draw into less room.

*: And shrink like parchment in consuming fire.

: Molly shrank away from the blows of the whip.

*: The Libya Hammon shrinks his horn.

*: What happier natures shrink at with affright, / The hard inhabitant contends is right.

*: They assisted us against the Thebans when you shrank from the task.

: You need to see a shrink.

: My shrink said that he was an enabler, bad for me.

*: I went to a shrink, to analyze my dreams. He said its lack of sex thats bringing my down.

: to abate a nuisance

: The writ has abated.

: to abate a writ

*: The hyer that they were in this present lyf, the moore shulle they be abated and defouled in helle.

: Order restrictions and prohibitions to abate an emergency situation.

*: She hath abated me of half my train.

: Legacies are liable to be abated entirely or in proportion, upon a deficiency of assets.

*: His eye was not dim, nor his natural force abated.

*: Not that they feel it so, but only to abate the edge of envy.

*: The fury of Glengarry...|, not being inflamed by any fresh provocation, rapidly abated.

*: ... in the morning, the wind having abated overnight, the sea was calm, ...

: We will abate this price from the total.

*: Allowing nine thousand parishes (abating the odd hundreds) in England and Wales ...

*: Abating his brutality, he was a very good master.

*: The kynge of Scottes planted his siege before the castell of Norham, and sore abated the walls.

*: Neither [Jones]... nor I (in 1966) could conceive of reducing our "science" to the ultimate absurdity of reading Finnish newspapers almost a century and a half old in order to establish "priority."

: a book reduced into English

*: This doth nothing diminish their opinion.

*: I will diminish them, that they shall no more rule over the nations.

*: O thou ... at whose sight all the stars / Hide their diminished heads.

*: Neither shall ye diminish aught from it.

: Youll need to go down two floors to get to that office.

*: You can be heroic and start the process of truly saving the world before the Sun goes down tonight.

: The unemployment rate has gone down significantly in recent months.

: The boxer went down in the second round, after a blow to the chin.

: A big heist went down yesterday by the docks.

: The news didnt go down well with her parents.

: Rodneys not here; after the shootout, he went down and wont be back for at least a year.

: Today will go down as a monumental failure.

: He felt nervous about going down on his girlfriend for the first time.

: Did the server just go down again? Well have to reboot it.

: lower a bucket into a well

: to lower a sail of a boat

: to lower a flag

: Lowered softly with a threefold cord of love / Down to a silent grave. [[w:Alfred Tennyson|Alfred Tennyson]].

: lower a fence or wall

: lower a chimney or turret

: lower the aim of a gun

: to lower ones ambition, aspirations, or hopes

: lower the temperature

: lower ones vitality

: lower distilled liquors

: lower ones pride

: I could never lower myself enough to buy second-hand clothes.

: lower the price of goods

: lower the interest rate

: The river lowered as rapidly as it rose.

*: [E]very thing that was improving gradually degenerates and dwindles away to nothing, ...

: The flattery of his friends began to dwindle into simple approbation. (Goldsmith, Vicar, III)

*: Religious societies, though begun with excellent intentions, are said to have dwindled into factious clubs.

*: The larger the empire, the more dwindles the mind of the citizen.

*: Our drooping days are dwindled down to naught.

: rfquotek|Clarendon

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