Translation of deteriorate in Spanish:

deteriorate

deteriorarse, v.

Pronunciation: /dəˈtɪriəˌreɪt//dɪˈtɪərɪəreɪt/

intransitive verb

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    (relationship/material/health) deteriorarse
    (work/weather) empeorar
    to deteriorate into sth degenerar en algo
    • The snow on the lower slopes is deteriorating, so we are climbing higher to get better conditions.
    • The situation has deteriorated to a point where our professional status is in jeopardy.
    • The situation for Japanese film-makers in the mid-1940s had deteriorated to unbearable levels.
    • Gray never ages and his looks never fade, but the painting of his serene visage deteriorates at an alarming rate.
    • The weather deteriorated again - which conspired with our general malaise to keep us from venturing outside much.
    • If bond prices rise, it could imply that experts reckon economic conditions are deteriorating.
    • But its glory began to fade after the Second World War and it has been deteriorating gradually ever since.
    • Eyesight deteriorates with age, making it difficult to focus on small print.
    • Could it the situation really deteriorate to the point where China would threaten Taiwan with physical destruction?
    • Even though they are less than six months old, they are already deteriorating and their condition can only worsen.
    • The evidence continues to mount that the US economy is deteriorating at a very rapid pace.
    • There is growing unrest in Hong Kong over deteriorating economic and social conditions.
    • His behaviour has steadily deteriorated over the years.
    • The relationship deteriorated to the extent where they would split up and get back together.
    • Joanna's family say the quiet youngster's health visibly deteriorated over a year.
    • The mayor said stadiums were deteriorating at a fast rate rendering them unsuitable for matches.
    • After all, studies indicate that our faculties deteriorate with age at varying degrees.
    • Indeed, as far as the railways are concerned, they are far worse and set to deteriorate further in the short term.
    • This was not to last though, and the party of six fully expected the conditions to deteriorate.
    • But the condition of the building is now deteriorating rapidly after lying empty for more than six years.