Spanish translation of 'abate'
[wind, storm] amainar
[flood] retirarse ⧫ bajar
[pain, symptoms] remitir
inflationary pressures are abating ceden or remiten las presiones inflacionistas
(= eliminate) eliminar
(= reduce) disminuir
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Example Sentences Including 'abate'
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The rain was steady, and as they rounded a corner alongside the estuary, they saw the fires were beginning to abate.SHADOW OF A DARK QUEEN: BOOK ONE OF THE SERPENTWAR SAGA (1994)
A December gale had torn at the coast for a full twenty-four hours, and was now starting to abate.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (1994)
But please do try to abate your demands upon our patience in future.KARA KUSH (1994)
When it did not abate, she stumbled into the privy chamber.HERE BE DRAGONS (1994)
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'abate' in Other Languages
British English: abate VERB
If something bad or undesirable abates, it becomes much less strong or severe.
The storms had abated.
Translation of abate from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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