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Translation of "dampen" - English-Spanish dictionary

dampen

verb   /ˈdæm.pən/
( also damp) to make something slightly wet humedecer Rain had dampened the tent so we left it to dry in the afternoon sun.1515
to make feelings, especially of excitement or enjoyment, less strong hacer perder, apagar Nothing you can say will dampen her enthusiasm. I didn’t want to dampen his spirits.1920
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