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Translation of "deflate" - English-Spanish dictionary

deflate

verb   /dɪˈfleɪt/
If something that has air or gas inside it deflates, or is deflated, it becomes smaller because it loses the air or gas. to let all the air or gas out of something, or to become emptied of air or gas desinflar(se) to deflate a balloon/tyre1811
(Definition of deflate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

deflate

verb /diˈfleit/
to let gas out of (a tyre/tire etc). desinflar, deshinchar
to reduce (a person’s) importance, self-confidence etc rebajar, humillar He was completely deflated by his failure.
deflation noun
deflación There has been some price deflation in the UK economy.
deflationary adjective
Deflacionario The economy fell into a deflationary spiral.
(Definition of deflate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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