decline lietuviškai

decline vertimas 1. v 1) atmesti (pasiūlymus); 2) nukrypti; 3) leistis (apie saulę); 4) mažėti; 5) blogėti; gram. linksniuoti;2. n 1) smukimas; griuvimas; 2) sumažėjimas; žlugimas, nykimas; 3) pabaiga; (gyvenimo, dienos) saulėlydis

  • decline in quality (n.) pablogėjimas, blogėjimas
  • Population decline Depopuliacija
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (diminution) change toward something smaller or lower
  • (condition) a condition inferior to an earlier condition; a gradual falling off from a better state
  • (decay) a gradual decrease; as of stored charge or current
  • (slope) a downward slope or bend
  • (change state) to grow worse
  • (reject) to refuse to accept
  • (react) to show unwillingness towards
  • (diminish) to grow smaller
  • (drop) to go down Type of: drop
  • (descend) to go down in value
  • (inflect) to inflect for number, gender, case, and so on Type of: inflect

decline sinonimai decadence, decadency, decay, declension, declination, declivity, degeneracy, degeneration, descent, destruction, diminution, dip, doom, downfall, downslope, downturn, drop, fall, falling-off, loss, lowering, lull, regress, regression, ruin, slackness, slump, abate, avoid, be ailing, correct, decay, deny, descend, deteriorate, diminish, dip, disallow, dismiss, droop, drop, drop off, ebb, fade, fail, fall, fall off, flag, flout, go down, go downhill, go to pot, go to the dogs, inflect, languish, lessen, overrule, pass up, refuse, reject, repudiate, repulse, sink, slacken, slope, slump, spurn, subside, turn down, vote down, wane, weaken, worsen, dwindle, dwindle away, dwindle down, subside, abate, decrease, diminish, fall, fall off, lessen, slacken, ban, deny, inflect, inhibit, prohibit, refuse, repulse, turn down

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