Translation of "dim" - English-Spanish dictionary

dim

adjective uk /dɪm/ (comparative dimmer, superlative dimmest)

not bright or clear

tenue
He could hardly see her in the dim light.
dimly adverb /ˈdɪm·li/

tenuemente
a dimly lit room
verb uk /dɪm/ (present participle dimming, past tense and past participle dimmed)

to become less bright, or to make something become less bright

atenuar(se)
He dimmed the lights and turned down the music.

(Translation of “dim” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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

(Translation of “dim” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)