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wither
'wɪðər
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English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Wither, as with a loss of moisture.
  2. Lose freshness, vigor, or vitality.
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Part of Speech(不及物的动) intransitive verb, (及物的动) transitive verb
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凋谢diāoxièto wither; to wilt; wizened
消亡xiāowángto die out; to wither away
畏缩wèisuōto cower; to flinch; to quail; to recoil
枯萎kūwěito wilt; to wither; wilted; withered; drained; enervated; exhausted
衰退shuāituìto decline; to fall; to drop; to falter; a decline; recession (in economics)
凋落diāoluòto wither (and drop off); to wilt; to pass away
to wither; dried leaves; faded; withered
wěi, wēi (Tw)to wither; to drop; to decline; spiritless
萎缩wěisuōto wither; to dry up (of a plant); to atrophy (of muscle, social custom etc)
niānto fade; to wither; to wilt; listless
凋零diāolíngwithered; wilted; to wither; to fade; to decay
xièto thank; to apologize; to wither (of flowers, leaves etc); to decline; (Chinese surname)
bàito defeat; to damage; to lose (to an opponent); to fail; to wither
língzero; nought; zero sign; fractional; fragmentary; odd (of numbers); (placed between two numbers to indicate a smaller quantity followed by a larger one); fraction; (in mathematics) remainder (after division); extra; to wither and fall; to wither
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