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wane

verb   /weɪn/
to become weaker in strength or influence decaer, disminuir By the late 70s the band’s popularity was beginning to wane.1920
formal The moon wanes when it gradually appears less and less round, after the full moon. menguar →  Compare wax verb (MOON) 2430
(Definition of wane from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wane

verb /wein/
(of the moon) to appear to become smaller as less of it is visible menguar The moon waxes and wanes.
on the wane
becoming less menguante, en decadencia The singer’s career was on the wane.
(Definition of wane from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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