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wiltverb [I]

uk   us   /wɪlt/
(of a plant) to become weak and begin to bend towards the ground, or (of a person) to become weaker, tired, or less confident: Cut flowers will soon wilt without water. After only an hour's walking they were beginning to wilt in the heat.
Translations of “wilt”
in Vietnamese rủ xuống…
in Spanish marchitarse…
in Thai เฉา, เหี่ยว…
in Malaysian layu…
in French (se) faner…
in German verwelken…
in Chinese (Traditional) (植物)枯萎,凋謝, (人)變得萎靡不振…
in Indonesian melayu…
in Russian вянуть…
in Turkish solmak, boynunu bükmek, canlılığını yitirmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (植物)枯萎,凋谢, (人)变得萎靡不振…
in Polish więdnąć…
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