Definición de dwindle en inglés:

dwindle

Saltos de línea: dwin¦dle
Pronunciación: /ˈdwɪnd(ə)l
 
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verbo

[no object]
Diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength: traffic has dwindled to a trickle (as adjective dwindling) dwindling resources
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Though she was many miles away, he felt her aura gradually dim and dwindle until it faded completely away…
  • North Sea gas supplies are gradually dwindling, with much of the infrastructure now at a ripe old age.
  • There is nothing wrong with the people - it is the investment which has gradually dwindled.
Sinónimos
diminish, decrease, reduce, get smaller, become smaller, grow smaller, become less, grow less, lessen, wane, contract, shrink, fall off, taper off, tail off, drop, fall, go down, sink, slump, plummet; disappear, vanish, die out
informal nosedive, take a nosedive
decline, degenerate, deteriorate, fail, ebb, wane, sink, slip, slide, go downhill, go to rack and ruin, decay, wither, fade, fade away
Australian/New Zealand informal go to the pack

Origen

late 16th century: frequentative of Scots and dialect dwine 'fade away', from Old English dwīnan, of Germanic origin; related to Middle Dutch dwīnen and Old Norse dvína.

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