Meaning of “wane” in the English Dictionary

"wane" in American English

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waneverb [ I ]

us /weɪn/

to weaken in strength or influence:

By the late 70s, the band’s popularity was beginning to wane.

(Definition of “wane” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"wane" in Business English

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waneverb [ I ]

uk /weɪn/ us

to become weaker:

The company's waning share price caused tension at board level.

wanenoun [ S ]

uk /weɪn/ us
on the wane

if something is on the wane, it is becoming weaker or less common:

Traditional employer-funded pensions are on the wane.

(Definition of “wane” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)