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disminuir inglés:

1. decrease decrease


Sudden decrease in appetite is sometimes a sign of illness.
I would like to drastically decrease the amount of time it takes me to clean the house.
They should decrease the sugar in these muffins.
The prices decreased rapidly
Trade has decreased, which will weaken these countries' current account balances.
The reduction in obstetricians and gynecologists is a reflection of the decrease in births, thus reducing need for medical care.
For a display where the data items increase and decrease I think you are best making use of a spreadsheet program, not Access.
It isn't strange that children decrease, too?
The stock market registered a considerable decrease after the presidential election.
/dɪˈkriːs/ Our ​share of the ​market has decreased ​sharply this ​year. We have decreased ​our ​involvement in children's ​books.
to decrease At the end of the month there was a decrease of motivation.
slight decrease in respiratory function,
Elidel is used to decrease skin inflammation in eczema.
decrease reaction time and accuracy
It was very far-sighted for that company to change its policy to accommodate the decrease in numbers of children and the aging of society.

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2. abate


Chopin airport must apply noise abatement operational procedures,
the storm suddenly abated
Our ship could not sail until the storm abated.
1. to make or become less in amount, intensity, degree, etc. the storm has abated 2 to diminish in intensity, violence, amount, etc.: The storm has abated. 3 Law. to end; become null and void.
In an hour or so the storm would abate and they could leave.
the violence is not going to abate

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3. subside


inflammation subsides
He subsided, more surprised than ever
If, during an angina attack, the pain doesn’t subside after the second dose of their medication, suspect a heart attack and call 999 immediately.
By midnight, many of the guests had gone home and the noise from the party subsided.
Weak foundations caused the house to subside.
sitting talking until Sergei’s energy subsided.
I've loved, I've laughed and cried I've had my fill; my share of losing And now, as tears subside
Though his pain had subsided, he still felt far from strong.
After the initial nerves subside, all is going well.
My trembling subsided in his sure embrace.

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4. diminish


My enthusiasm has diminished greatly.
"Don't let anybody diminish your accomplishments," he said to the crowd.
The pain will gradually diminish
To say so should not diminish his importance.
poverty is not diminishing, but spreading
This conclusion is not in any way to diminish the need to protect gay people and people who support gay marriage
I don't want to diminish her achievements, but she did have a lot of help.; Her popularity as a singer has diminished since the glory days of the 1980s; The threat of inflation is diminishing.
Your pain should diminish gradually after taking these tablets.
Our company has to diminish expenses.
Anticipation did nothing to diminish the shock or the suffering
This product diminish my smile lines.
The ​threat of ​inflation is diminishing. Investors can ​diversify their ​holdings in ​order to diminish ​risk.
We need to realize that God loves us just the way we are right now, and His love for us will never diminish. Your pain should diminish gradually after taking these tablets.
The world's natural resources are rapidly diminishing. I don't wish to diminish the importance of their achievements.
With no supply of water from trees, rainfalls diminish in time and the area keeps drying up.

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