Dampen in spanish

Humedecer

pronunciation: umedeθeɹ̩ part of speech: verb
In gestures

dampen1 = humedecer. [Pincha en para ver otras palabras que terminan con el sufijo "-en" añadido a nombres y adjetivos para formar generalmente verbos]

Example: At each rotation, one sheet of copy paper is fed into the machine where it is dampened with the spirit solvent.

dampen2 = apagar, desalentar, desanimar. [Pincha en para ver otras palabras que terminan con el sufijo "-en" añadido a nombres y adjetivos para formar generalmente verbos]

Example: Ten years ago ambition abounded; now risk-taking is out of style and vanguardism has been dampened by a pervasive enthusiasm for the past.

more:

» dampen + Posesivo + ardour = apagar el ardor, apagar el entusiasmo.

Example: She felt she was the lowliest of creatures and a great sinner, and fought the self-love that dampened her ardour.

» dampen + Posesivo + enthusiasm = enfriar el entusiasmo, hacer perder el entusiasmo.

Example: I don't like to dampen her enthusiasm, but the chances are she will deliver at 20 weeks.

» dampen + Posesivo + excitement = enfriar el entusiasmo, calmar la euforia, calmar la excitación.

Example: While a widely reported slowdown in U.S. construction dampens excitement, the overall mood is guarded optimism.

» dampen + Posesivo + hopes = frustrar las esperanzas, truncar la esperanza, hacer perder las esperanzas.

Example: The 51-year-old parted ways with her third husband in 2004 but she is refusing to let the break-ups dampen her hopes of finding true love.

» dampen + Posesivo + spirits = desalentar, desanimar, desmoralizar, descorazonar.

Example: Despite being physically challenged, the harsh realities of life have failed to dampen her spirits.
Dampen synonyms:
break in spanish: descanso, pronunciation: breɪk part of speech: verb, noun dull in spanish: aburrido, pronunciation: dʌl part of speech: adjective wash in spanish: lavar, pronunciation: wɑʃ part of speech: verb, noun stifle in spanish: sofocar, pronunciation: staɪfəl part of speech: verb damp in spanish: húmedo, pronunciation: dæmp part of speech: adjective mute in spanish: mudo, pronunciation: mjut part of speech: adjective muffle in spanish: amortiguar, pronunciation: mʌfəl part of speech: verb, noun soften in spanish: ablandar, pronunciation: sɑfən part of speech: verb weaken in spanish: debilitar, pronunciation: wikən part of speech: verb deaden in spanish: amortiguar, pronunciation: dedən part of speech: verb moisten in spanish: humedecer, pronunciation: mɔɪsən part of speech: verb tone down in spanish: bajar el tono, pronunciation: toʊndaʊn part of speech: verb
Dampen antonyms:
stimulate pronunciation: stɪmjəleɪt part of speech: verb excite pronunciation: ɪksaɪt part of speech: verb
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