English → English - dwindle

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v. diminish, decrease, wane, fade, peter out

English → Spanish - dwindle

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v. menguar, acabarse, amenguar, declinar, decrecer, desmedrar, disminuirse, hacerse más pequeño, ir a menos, ir en descenso, ir en disminución, mermar, receder

English → French - dwindle

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v. diminuer, soustraire, affaiblir

English → German - dwindle

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v. schwinden, abnehmen, nachlassen

English → Indonesian - dwindle

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v. berkurang, kecil: menjadi kecil, menyusut, merosot

English → Italian - dwindle

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v. diminuire, decrescere, scemare, ridursi; declinare, decadere, degenerare

English → Polish - dwindle

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v. zmniejszać się, maleć, niknąć, zanikać, przerzedzić, ubyć, kurczyć się, słabnąć, zwyrodnieć, obumierać, stopić się, stopnieć, zaniknąć, ubywać

English → Portuguese - dwindle

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v. diminuir, definhar

English → Romanian - dwindle

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v. micşora: se micşora, diminua: se diminua, scădea

English → Russian - dwindle

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г. терять значение, сокращаться, истощаться, ухудшаться, вырождаться, приходить в упадок

English → Turkish - dwindle

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f. azalmak, küçülmek, çekmek, bozulmak

English → Ukrainian - dwindle

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v. зменшувати, погіршуватися, скорочуватися, здрібніти, марніти, танути

English → Dutch - dwindle

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ww. afnemen, achteruit gaan

English → Greek - dwindle

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ρήμ. μειούμαι, φθίνω

English → Arabic - dwindle

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‏تضاءل، تقلص، ضاءل‏

English → Chinese - dwindle

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(动) 减少, 衰落, 缩小; 使减少; 使缩小

English → Chinese - dwindle

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(動) 減少, 衰落, 縮小; 使減少; 使縮小

English → Hindi - dwindle

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v. क्षीण होना, कम हो चलना, भ्रष्ट हो चलना, सूखना, महत्त्व खोना, दुर्बल होना

English → Japanese - dwindle

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(動) 少なくなる

English → Korean - dwindle

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동. 점차 감소하다, 줄이다, 적게하다, 저하되다, 야위다

English → Vietnamese - dwindle

Pronunciation
v. giãm bớt, suy yếu, suy nhược

Definition of dwindle

Pronunciation
Verb
1. To decrease, shrink, diminish, reduce in size or intensity.
2. To fall away in quality; degenerate, sink.
The flattery of his friends began to dwindle into simple approbation. (Goldsmith, Vicar, III)
3. To lessen; to bring low.
4. To break up or disperse.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: dwindling
Present: dwindle (3.person: dwindles)
Past: dwindled
Future: will dwindle
Present conditional: would dwindle
Present Perfect: have dwindled (3.person: has dwindled)
Past Perfect: had dwindled
Future Perfect: will have dwindled
Past conditional: would have dwindled
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