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wane
weɪn
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A gradual decline (in size or strength or power or number).
(动) As a verb
  1. Grow smaller.
  2. Decrease in phase.
  3. Become smaller.
Hyphenationwane
Part of Speech(不及物的动) intransitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
衰微shuāiwēito decline; to wane; weakened; enfeebled; in decline
亏缺kuīquēto be lacking; to fall short of; to wane; deficit; deficient
月亏yuèkuīwaning moon; to wane
变小biànxiǎodecrescent
衰落shuāiluòto fall; to drop; to decline; to deteriorate; to go downhill
消逝xiāoshìto fade away
退潮tuìcháo(of a tide) to ebb or go out
消退xiāotuìto wane; to vanish gradually
式微shìwēi(literary) to decline; to wane; title of a section in the Book of Songs 诗经
shuāito decline; to wane; to become weak or feeble
衰败shuāibàito decline; to wane; to decay; to deteriorate
没落mòluòto decline; to wane
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