abate

weaken; subside

abate

to lessen to subside 
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abate

[v] - become less in amount or intensity
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Abate

A·bate (ȧ*bāt') noun Abatement. [ Obsolete] Sir T. Browne.
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abate

let up verb become less in amount or intensity; `The storm abated`; `The rain let up after a few hours`
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Abate

[surname] Abate is a surname both of Ethiopian and Italian origin. People with it include the following: ...
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Abate

To cut away so as to leave parts in relief.
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ABATE

ABATE is a biker organization that promotes more freedom for motorcyclists by limiting restrictive l
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