diminish - Indonesisch

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v. mengurangi, menyusuntukan, mempersedikitkan, melemahkan, berkurang, menipis, mengecilkan, memperkecil, menghina

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At first the remittances exceeded very slightly the monthly allowance that his father had made him. Then it began to diminish in an alarming manner.
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King Juan Carlos, aged 76, who has endured a long process of weakening health, and has been rocked by scandals that have diminished his popularity, had long considered the possibility of ceding the throne to prince Philip.
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Money was flowing in with greater volume than formerly, while the expenses were diminishing… Julio was in daily danger of death, but the old ranchman was buoyed up by his conviction that no harm could touch his son.
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The expectation by Venezuelans that their situation will improve has diminished.
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The war was not going to be so cruel as they all had at first imagined. The days had passed by, and the movements of the troops were beginning to be less noticeable. As the number of men diminished in the streets,
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he felt the necessity of mingling daily with the people crowding around the Gare de l'Est. Although the greater part of the troops were operating on the frontiers, that was not diminishing the activity in Paris.
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The defeat of the last year did not diminish his desire to compete again.
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"True," said the Duke of Ormond, "by diminishing the number of sufferers.
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A difficult, irascible, reclusive man was Nathaniel Praed, but it didn't seem to diminish his sensuality one iota.
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After 2 weeks of treatment dyspnea had diminished, and so had the pain syndrome.
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Synonyme

abate: decrease, lessen, dwindle, ease, lighten, shrink, fade



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