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dim

adjective /dim/ ( comparative dimmer, superlative dimmest)
not bright or distinct
débil, ténue
a dim light in the distance a dim memory.
(of a person) not intelligent
tonto, corto
She’s a bit dim!
dimly adverb
débilmente
The room was rather dimly lit.
dimness noun
debilidad
(Definition of dim from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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