Sinónimos de diminish en inglés:

diminish


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1‘the number of books published has not diminished’

SINÓNIMOS
decrease, decline, reduce, lessen, shrink, contract, grow smaller, fall off, drop off, slacken off
fall, drop, sink, slump, plummet, plunge, fall off a cliff
coloquial hit the floor, go through the floor, go downhill
ANTÓNIMOS

increase

2‘new legislation diminished the authority of the courts’

SINÓNIMOS
reduce, curtail, cut, cut down, cut back, prune, pare down, lessen, lower, decrease, shrink, contract, narrow, constrict, restrict, limit, curb, check, blunt
weaken, make weaker, erode, undermine, sap
ANTÓNIMOS

increase

3‘they returned to their homes as the fighting diminished’

SINÓNIMOS
subside, wane, abate, dwindle, fade, decline, slacken, moderate, ebb, recede, die away, die down, die out, peter out, tail off, cool off, let up, fizzle out, settle down, come to an end
arcaico remit
ANTÓNIMOS

flare up, get worse

4‘she lost no opportunity to diminish him in her daughter's presence’

SINÓNIMOS
belittle, disparage, denigrate, deprecate, depreciate, devalue, demean, decry, cast aspersions on, speak ill of, speak badly of, run down, abuse, insult, revile, malign, vilify
Norteamericano slur
coloquial bad-mouth, pull to pieces, pull apart, sling mud at, do a hatchet job on
Britanico coloquial rubbish, slate, slag off, have a go at
marginal asperse, derogate, vilipend, vituperate
ANTÓNIMOS

boost