English translation of 'nachlassen'
Verb Table transitive verb
[Preis, Summe] to reducesee also nachgelassen
10% vom Preis nachlassen to give a 10% discount
Verb Table intransitive verb
[Regen, Sturm, Nasenbluten, Hitze] to ease off
[Leistung, Geschäfte] to drop off
[Preise] to fall
nicht nachlassen! keep it up!
bei der Suche nach etw nicht nachlassen not to let up in the search for sth
er hat in letzter Zeit sehr nachgelassen he hasn’t been nearly as good recently
er hat in or mit seinem Eifer sehr nachgelassen he’s lost a lot of his enthusiasm
sobald die Kälte nachlässt as soon as it gets a bit warmer
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'nachlassen' in Other Languages
British English: abate VERB
If something bad or undesirable abates, it becomes much less strong or severe.
The storms had abated.
British English: discount VERB
If a shop or company discounts an amount or percentage from something that they are selling, they take the amount or percentage off the usual price.
This has forced airlines to discount fares heavily in order to spur demand.
British English: ease VERB
If something unpleasant eases or if you ease it, it is reduced in degree, speed, or intensity.
Tensions had eased.
British English: lessen VERB
If something lessens or you lessen it, it becomes smaller in size, amount, degree, or importance.
He is used to a lot of attention from his wife, which will inevitably lessen when the baby is born.
British English: slacken VERB
If something slackens or if you slacken it, it becomes slower, less active, or less intense.
Inflationary pressures continued to slacken last month.
British English: subside VERB
If a feeling or noise subsides, it becomes less strong or loud.
The pain had subsided during the night.
Translation of nachlassen from the Collins German to English