English translation of कम होना
कम होनाPowered by COBUILD /kama hona/
Definitions and Translations
/kama hona, kama honA, kama honaa, kam honā, kma hona, kma honA, kma honaa, km honā, kam hona, kam honA, kam honaa, km hona, km honA, km honaa/
1. decrease transitive or intransitive verb /dɪˈkriːs डिˈक्रीस्/
When something decreases, or when you decrease it, it becomes less in quantity, size, or intensity. ⇒ Population growth is decreasing by 1.4% each year. ⇒ Exercise decreases our risk of heart disease. ⇒ ...decreasing interest rates.
2. diminish transitive or intransitive verb
When something diminishes, or when it is diminished, its importance, size, or intensity is reduced. ⇒ The threat of nuclear war has diminished.
3. fluctuate intransitive verb
If something fluctuates, it changes a lot in an irregular way. ⇒ Body temperature can fluctuate if you are ill.
4. go phrasal verb
If a price, level, or amount goes down, it becomes lower than it was. ⇒ Crime has gone down 70%.
5. narrow transitive or intransitive verb
If something narrows, or if you narrow it, its extent, range, or scope becomes smaller. ⇒ The EU and America narrowed their political differences.
6. recede intransitive verb
When something such as a quality, problem, or illness recedes, it becomes weaker, smaller, or less intense.
7. shorten transitive or intransitive verb
If you shorten an event or the length of time that something lasts, or if it shortens, it does not last as long as it would otherwise do or as it used to do. ⇒ Smoking can shorten your life. ⇒ The days shorten in winter.
8. wane intransitive verb
If a condition, attitude, or emotion wanes, it becomes weaker, often so that it eventually disappears. ⇒ His interest in these sports began to wane.
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Translation of कम होना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary