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subside

verb /səbˈsaid/
(of land, streets, buildings etc) to sink lower
hundirse; ceder
When a building starts to subside, cracks usually appear in the walls.
(of floods) to become lower and withdraw
bajar, decrecer
Gradually the water subsided.
(of a storm, noise or other disturbance) to become quieter
amainar, calmarse
They stayed anchored in harbour till the wind subsided.
subsidence /ˈsabsidəns, (American) səbˈsaidəns/ noun the process of subsiding
hundimiento
The road has had to be closed because of subsidence.
(Definition of subside from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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