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Translation of "undermine" - English-Spanish dictionary

undermine

verb /andəˈmain/
to weaken (eg a person’s health or authority) minar Constant hard work had undermined his health.
to make (eg a building) insecure by digging away or destroying the base or foundations minar The road was being undermined by a stream.
(Definition of undermine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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