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become looser

  • 1 ослабевать (I) > ослабеть (I)

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    (vt. & vi.) سست کردن، ضعیف کردن، سست شدن، ضعیف شدن، کم نیرو شدن، کم کردن، تقلیل دادن
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    3. be/become/grow weak
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    (vt.) لینت دادن، شل کردن، کم کردن، تمدد اعصاب کردن، راحت کردن
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    (vt. & vi.) سست کردن، شل کردن یا شدن، آهسته کردن، کند کردن، کم شدن، نحیف کردن
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    6. ease
    (vt. & n.) آسانی، سهولت، آسودگی، راحت کردن، سبک کردن، آزاد کردن
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    (vt. & vi.) فروکش کردن، کاستن، تخفیف دادن، رفع نمودن، کم شدن، آب گرفتن از (فلز)، خیساندن (چرم)، (حق.) غصب یا تصرف عدوانی، به زور تصرف کردن، کاهش، تنزل، فرونشستن
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    (vt.) (درد و غیره) واگذاشتن، نشست کردن، فرو نشستن، فروکش کردن
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    (vt.) شل کردن، لینت دادن، نرم کردن، سست کردن، از خشکی در آوردن
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    Русско-персидский словарь > ослабевать (I) > ослабеть (I)

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