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deteriorate

verb /diˈtiəriəreit/
to grow worse
deteriorar(se)
His health has deteriorated recently.
deterioration noun
deterioro
the deterioration of the economy.
Translations of “deteriorate”
in Arabic يَتدَهوَر…
in Korean 악화하다…
in Malaysian merosot…
in French (se) détériorer…
in Turkish bozulmak, kötülemek, kötüye gitmek…
in Italian deteriorare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 惡化,變壞…
in Russian ухудшаться…
in Polish pogarszać się…
in Vietnamese xấu đi…
in Portuguese deteriorar, decair…
in Thai ทำให้ทรุดโทรม, ทำให้เลวลง…
in German verschlechtern…
in Catalan deteriorar-se…
in Japanese ~が悪化する, ~を悪化させる…
in Indonesian memburuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恶化,变坏…
(Definition of deteriorate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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