Meaning of “wilt” in the English Dictionary


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wiltverb [ I ]

us /wɪlt/

(of a plant) to become weak and begin to bend toward the ground, or (of a person) to become weaker, tired, or less confident:

Put the flowers in water before they wilt.

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