Word: decline

Category: decline

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Synonyms: decline

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: decline

spanish
rehusar, declinar, decaer, descenso, menguante, ...


german
ablehnen, rückgang, fallen, abhang, gefälle, ...

french
incurver, décliner, baisser, descente, inclinaison, ...

italian
declinare, discesa, calare, rifiutare, calata

portuguese
declínio, declarar, declinar, degenerar

dutch
verminderen, afdaling, bedanken, neerdaling, afnemen, ...

russian
снизиться, закат, ухудшение, ухудшаться, спад, ...

norwegian
skråning, avslå, avta

swedish
dala, avslå, minska, nedgång

finnish
rinne, taantua, viettävyys, vähentyä, aleta, ...

danish
afslå, afvise

czech
sklonit, klesat, ubývat, sestup, sklon, ...

polish
podupadać, zanikać, odrzucać, zginać, płowieć, ...

hungarian
csökkenés

turkish
azalmak, reddetmek, eksilmek, iniş, düşmek

greek
ξεπεσμός, κλίνω, μαρασμός

ukrainian
падіння, погіршення, спад, відхилити, відхиляти

albanian
tatëpjetë

belarusian
адмауляць

estonian
kahanema, kallak

croatian
nazadak, opasti, opadanje, otkloniti

icelandic
beygja

latin
recuso

lithuanian
linksniuoti, saulėlydis, atsisakyti

latvian
atteikties, noraidīt

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The meaning and "use of": decline

noun
  • a gradual and continuous loss of strength, numbers, quality, or value.

verb
  • (typically of something regarded as good) become smaller, fewer, or less; decrease.
  • politely refuse (an invitation or offer).
  • (especially of the sun) move downward.
  • (in the grammar of Latin, Greek, and certain other languages) state the forms of (a noun, pronoun, or adjective) corresponding to cases, number, and gender.

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