1. decrease in size, extent, or range;
2. lessen the authority, dignity, or reputation of;
An occasional outburst didn't diminish my respect for her.
As you get older, your skills diminish and the guys catch up with you.
This algorithm is based on mask blind detection, which can diminish superfluous transmitted information.
Such collections of amyloid add to renal bulk, but diminish renal function.
When fighting corruption, it is more useful to try to diminish it rather than eradicate it.
Will such differences between cultures persist and grow larger, or will they diminish over time?
We should try to diminish the cost of production.
Encounters of like charges act to diminish the coagulation rate.
And finally, the ways to diminish defects and increase laser damage thresholds are also discussed.
And then, I will quietly diminish in the crowd.
Those forces cause the objects to rise and thus diminish both surface and frontal resistance.
Tough economic conditions and the spiraling cost of living have helped diminish appeal of male children.
But the cessation of his hostility for Pen did not diminish Huxter's attentions to Fanny.
You will see the struggles diminish quickly.
Higher porosity and pore size result in greater bone ingrowth but diminish mechanical properties.
The value of the US dollar will continue to diminish, along with Americans's fiscal freedom.
This is not to diminish the central bank, but it fulfils a largely technocratic function.
Diminish inflammation. Resume from flu or quinsy. Release and calm down.
As the weights of the atoms increase, the frequeucies of the ribrations diminish.
Suggest concrete steps that could be taken to diminish the corruption.
Diminish the revenue by reducing tax.
By learning to recognise our dark side, we diminish its power in our lives.
The white road seemed to ascend and diminish till it joined the sky.
What legal measures can diminish corruption?
Unused features are not only useless , they can slow you down and diminish ease of use.
He likes to diminish the skill of others.
As people approach old age, their energies may diminish.
The evidence suggests that our sense of touch is programmed to diminish with age.
Federalism is intended to diminish the power of the central state.
(the law of) diminishing returns
used to refer to a point at which the level of profits or benefits gained is less than the amount of money or energy invested
decrease, diminish, lessen, reduce, dwindle
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