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  • 21 Weaken — Ослаблять; Разбавлять (краску) …

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  • 22 weaken — Synonyms and related words: abate, afflict, aggravate, allay, alleviate, assuage, attemper, attenuate, bank the fire, bate, beat, blunt, break, bugger, burn out, cave in, chasten, collapse, come apart, come unstuck, conk out, constrain, control,… …

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  • 23 weaken — weak·en || wɪːkÉ™n v. make weak; be made weak …

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  • 24 weaken — verb make or become weak. Derivatives weakener noun …

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  • 25 weaken — v. a. 1. Enfeeble, enervate, debilitate, unnerve, make weak. 2. Invalidate, make of less effect. 3. Reduce, depress, debase, lower, impair …

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  • 26 weaken — v 1. enfeeble, debilitate, enervate, devitalize; exhaust, deplete, sap, impoverish; tire, strain, fatigue, Inf. take it out of [s.o.] unnerve, unman, emasculate, effeminize. 2. impair, invalidate, incapacitate, cripple, handicap, undermine;… …

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  • 27 weaken — weak·en …

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  • 28 weaken — verb 1) the virus weakened him Syn: enfeeble, debilitate, incapacitate, sap, tire, exhaust 2) our morale weakened Syn: decrease, dwindle, diminish, wane, ebb …

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  • 29 weaken — [ˈwiːkən] verb [I/T] 1) to become less strong or healthy, or to make someone or something do this 2) to become less powerful, effective, or determined, or to make someone or something do this …

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  • 30 weaken — weak•en [[t]ˈwi kən[/t]] v. t. v. i. cv to make or become weak or weaker; lessen; diminish • Etymology: 1520–30 weak′en•er, n …

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  • 31 weaken — /ˈwikən/ (say weekuhn) verb (i) 1. to become weak or weaker. –verb (t) 2. to make weak or weaker. {weak + en1} –weakener, noun …

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  • 32 weaken —   Ho onāwaliwali, ho omalule, ho omamae, ho onānawaū …

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  • 33 weaken — / wi:kən/ verb to become weak ♦ the market weakened share prices fell ▪▪▪ ‘…the Fed started to ease monetary policy months ago as the first stories appeared about weakening demand in manufacturing industry’ [Sunday Times] …

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  • 34 weaken — v.tr. & intr. make or become weak or weaker. Derivatives: weakener n …

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  • 35 weaken in force — index attenuate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 36 weaken the resolution of — index discourage Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 37 Never Weaken — Directed by Fred Newmeyer Sam Taylor Produced by Hal Roach …

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  • 38 It's a Good Life, If You Don't Weaken — Infobox Book name = It s a Good Life, If You Don t Weaken title orig = translator = image caption = author = Seth illustrator = cover artist = country = Canada language = English series = subject = Autobiography, Biography genre = Comics… …

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  • 39 not weaken — index hold out (resist) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 40 over-weaken — …

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