In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(pain) aliviar(pain) atenuar(cost/risk) reducir(risk/cost) disminuir
- Keep in mind that once it rains, the crabs and fish will probably move more towards the entrance as the salt content upstream lessens.
- The ambulance guys thanked me for being diligent and my anxiety about wasting their time was lessened.
- When she takes an antihistamine the level of nasal fluid lessens.
- Every time a battery is left to go completely flat it lessens its chances of taking full charge again, which is probably why the situation is getting worse.
- None of which lessens their beauty or historical value.
- In fact, being part of the Greek community lessens the influence of such vices on impressionable young people.
- This lessens their feelings of isolation and helplessness.
- Rainwater harvesting also lessens local erosion and flooding caused by impervious cover such as pavement and roof.
- Whether the posturing turns into something good is a question of whether the culture of pressure on artists lessens.
- The grieving process is typically slow, gradually winding along until it eventually lessens.
- They diminish our humanity and, for that reason, they lessen our capacity for God.
- As their powers wane and their visibility lessens, they are not forgotten.
- In this way it lessens the shock of the fall, enabling it to survive unscathed.
- That terror is still in force, and the fact that it has faded from the headlines does not mean it has lessened.
- Inhaling sandalwood oil lessens stress and can stop vomiting.
- Also, some coaches are lessening the fall impact of injuries by scheduling spring practice earlier.
- This lessens my anxiety over the prospect that for many years to come I will be slaving away to meet my commitments to the bank.
- That makes me feel good, and also lessens my workload.
- When the conflict is so easily resolved, it lessens the tension and lowers the stakes of the story.
- An unwavering sense of purpose, or destiny, motivates many impostors, and even exposure rarely lessens this desire.
1(noise) disminuir(pain) aliviarse(excitement/interest) decrecer(excitement/interest) menguar
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