Diminish [verb]

Definition of Diminish:

become or cause to be less

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Sentence/Example of Diminish:

These adjustments can help merchants replace diminished foot traffic with online traffic.

That number has grown, Hobson said, as resources have diminished.

The Vikings are close behind, though they were also diminished some by an offseason spent clearing cap space and acquiring draft picks — hence, the Diggs trade — and they look less imposing on paper as a result.

They say the trial pause shouldn’t diminish hope in AstraZeneca’s vaccine.

Like many housing authorities across the country, HACA has struggled with diminishing funding from the federal government.

Given these realities, the ability to track users will diminish unless alternative identity and authentication strategies are put in place.

As the landscape gets more cluttered, supply tips the scale, returns diminish, and companies will need to again figure out a direct audience revenue model for virtual event products.

Consumers may not be searching for restaurants during the commute home from the office right now, but that doesn’t diminish the importance of mobile-friendliness, especially when it comes to ecommerce.

Only about one in five people who tested negative had diminished senses.

When I became a scientist, I wanted to change things, to improve human health and well-being and diminish human suffering.