dwindle Indonezji

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v. berkurang, kecil: menjadi kecil, menyusut, merosot

Przykładowe zdania

She said it with a look that seemed to implore pardon, with the sad sincerity of one who has given up lying and weeps in foreseeing the injury that the truth must inflict. He felt his hard wrath suddenly dwindling
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"I can see nothing away north or west but grass dwindling into mist," said Gimli.
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All this ambition, all these interests will dwindle and die, and she will not mind.
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Commodore Hansteen was well aware of that, as he planned the program for the dwindling hours that lay ahead.
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So it is not surprising that as we're leaving the Little Ice Age we are seeing glaciers dwindling.
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Sir Mortimor’s face grew darker still as his supply of money dwindled; darker and more dangerous-looking.
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The fear he'd felt was dwindling, the anger too.
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The gunslinger dipped a 'Riza from Jake's dwindling supply and nodded for the boy to take another.
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The world of finance dwindled suddenly to a speck.
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This way, they could be much more efficient in using the dwindling energy supply.
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Synonimy

decay: die, decline, degenerate, fade, deteriorate, fall


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