Part of speech:
To deliberately begin to do (something):
To mark with a sign, esp. with the sign of the cross, as in blessing
To squeeze the juice or other contents from:
To press or join firmly together:
To press in order to extract liquid, juice, etc.
To hold in; limit; restrict
To press together.
To collect or focus (one's thoughts, efforts, etc.)
To concentrate (a substance), especially by removing water.
To decrease in width; contract
To take revenge on, especially to kill in revenge for a wrong.
To reduce is to make something smaller or to become or feel smaller, or forcing someone into a less desirable position.
To reduce in force, efficacy, or intensity.
To reduce in scope, extent, etc.; shorten
To become reduced in amount or value; dwindle:
To make wrinkles or a wrinkle in:
To become or make much less or smaller; dwindle.
Restrict is defined as to keep someone or something within certain limits.
To engage or pledge
Pledge is defined as to give something as security for a loan, promise, make an agreement, or accept a potential membership.
To restrict; not to allow to go beyond a certain bound.
To get or hold by such a contract.
To come into or acquire (something undesirable)
Engage is defined as to get someone interested in something or to have a conversation or discussion with someone.
To deed is defined as to transfer land to someone.
To enter into, or promise something by, a covenant
To get (something required), usually quickly or for a brief period:
To grant or concede:
To get by one's own efforts:
To grapple; to engage in close combat.
To express acceptance of an opinion, proposal, etc.; agree (to); concur
(Obs.) To agree
To be a limit or boundary to
To end or resolve (a dispute, for example) by making a decision or coming to an agreement.
The definition of adjust means to change something to a better fit or to be more usable.
To keep within limits; restrict
To fail to include or mention; leave out:
To prepare an edition of for publication:
To be a typical example of:
To evaporate is defined as to turn from a liquid into a gas, or to stop existing.
Waste is defined as to destroy, wear away or use up.
(Intransitive, figuratively) To lose vigour or power; to languish; to pass away.
To recede is to diminish or to move back.
To waste; squander.
To dwindle is defined as to slowly be reduced or become smaller.
To fail or be unable to make proper use of; waste
To weaken or lessen; decline
To subside is to lessen, to become inactive or to sink to lower levels.
(Intransitive) To decrease in size, value, or amount. [First attested in 1325]
(By extension) To run through from first to last; to repeat like a schoolboy declining a noun.
To reduce or lessen the size or importance of:
To make or become weak or weaker.
(Intransitive) To become ill.
To come into being or activity; occur or happen
(Obsolete) A contract or agreement.
A binding agreement; covenant
An instrument or agreement specifying the terms of a bond or trust.
A legally enforceable obligation.
Something that assures a particular outcome or condition:
To make or become wide or wider.
(Electronics) To increase the strength of (an electrical signal) by means of an amplifier
Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
To extend itself; be extended or expanded
To become larger; increase in size, extent, etc.; expand
To fail to correspond:
To perform for an audience:
(Intransitive) To grow strong or stronger.
To arrange or settle by discussion and mutual agreement:
To decrease is defined as to make something smaller or fewer or to become smaller or fewer.
The known history of performance, activities, or achievement:
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