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shrunken

adjective uk   /ˈʃrʌŋ.kən/ us  
smaller than before, and less important: a shrunken old man The company faces shrunken profits for the third year in succession.
Translations of “shrunken”
in Chinese (Traditional) 縮小的, 減少的, 皺縮的…
in Russian усохший, севший…
in Turkish küçülmüş, çekmiş, daralmış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 缩小的, 减少的, 皱缩的…
in Polish skurczony…
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