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abateverb [I]

uk   us   /əˈbeɪt/ formal
to ​become less ​strong: The ​storm/​wind/​rain has ​started to abate. The ​fighting in the ​areashows no ​sign of abating.
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noun [U] uk   us   /-mənt/
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abateverb [I/T]

 us   /əˈbeɪt/
to ​become less ​strong, or to make something less ​strong: Our ​desire for ​consumergoods has not abated.
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uk   us   /əˈbeɪt/ formal
[I] if something such as a ​price or ​level abates, it goes up more slowly than before, or it goes down: Gains in ​oilprices are unlikely to abate within the next few months.
[I or T] to become or make something become ​weaker, ​lower, less serious, etc.: Inflation is ​finally showing ​signs of abating. The mayor ​plans to abate ​airpollution in the city by ​limitingtraffic.
(Definition of abate from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “abate”
en español disminuir, amainar…
in Vietnamese dịu đi…
in Malaysian reda…
in Thai น้อยลง, สิ้นสุด…
en francés diminuer…
en alemán nachlassen…
en chino (simplificado) 减少, 减弱, 减轻…
en turco zayıf düşmek, güçsüzleşmek…
en ruso уменьшаться, ослабевать, утихать…
in Indonesian reda…
en chino (tradicionál) 減少, 減弱, 減輕…
en polaco słabnąć…
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