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curtail

verb
 
/kɜːˈteɪl/ formal
to reduce, limit, or stop something
~を減らす, ~を短縮する, ~を抑える
to curtail spending
Translations of “curtail”
in Arabic يَختَصِر…
in Korean 축소시키다…
in Malaysian memendekkan…
in French écourter…
in Turkish durdurmak, azaltmak, kısmak…
in Italian tagliare, decurtare, ridurre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 制止, 減少, 縮減…
in Russian сокращать, ограничивать…
in Polish ograniczać, redukować…
in Vietnamese rút gọn…
in Spanish acortar, restringir…
in Portuguese reduzir, restringir, limitar…
in Thai ย่อ…
in German verkürzen…
in Catalan restringir, limitar, escurçar…
in Indonesian mempersingkat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 制止, 减少, 缩减…
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