Definition of 'shrunken'
Example sentences containing 'shrunken'
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At some point he added a shrunken head because he saw one on my desk and decided that it represented his mother. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Add a scarf and a shrunken jacket for some vintage appeal and you will have the respect of all those around you. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It has mountaineering memorabilia in the bar, as well as a shrunken head. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Wear with wedges, big sunglasses and a shrunken denim jacket for a really chic daytime look. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Somehow, in death he looked smaller, shrunken. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'shrunken'
British English: shrunken /ˈʃrʌŋkən/ ADJECTIVE
Someone or something that is shrunken has become smaller than they used to be.
She now looked small, shrunken and pathetic.
- American English: shrunken
- Arabic: مُتَقَلِّص
- Brazilian Portuguese: encolhido
- Chinese: 已萎缩的
- Croatian: smanjen
- Czech: sražený praním
- Danish: krympet
- Dutch: gekrompen
- European Spanish: encogido
- Finnish: kutistunut
- French: rétréci
- German: eingelaufen
- Greek: ζαρωμένος
- Italian: ristretto
- Japanese: 縮んだ
- Korean: 줄어든
- Norwegian: krympet
- Polish: skurczony
- European Portuguese: encolhido
- Romanian: micșorat
- Russian: сморщившийся
- Spanish: encogido
- Swedish: krympt
- Thai: ที่หดลง
- Turkish: kısalmış
- Ukrainian: зменшений
- Vietnamese: bị co lại
Definition of shrunken from the Collins English Dictionary
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