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minimize

verb ( present participle minimizing, past tense and past participle minimized) ( UK usually -ise)
 
/ˈmɪn·ɪ·maɪz/
to make something that is unpleasant as small as possible
minimizar
We try to minimize the risk of accidents.
to make something small on a computer screen
minimizar
Minimize the window by clicking in the corner.
(Definition of minimize from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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