remitir

Definitions of remitir

v decrease in size, extent, or range

Synonyms:
aminorar, amortiguar, atenuar, disminuir, minorar, mitigar, rebajar, reducir, reducirse
Antonyms:
aumentar, incrementar
become bigger or greater in amount
Types:
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aplatanarse, debilitarse, desfallecer, flaquear, postrarse
become weaker
reducir
be cooked until very little liquid is left
contraer, encoger, mermar
become smaller or draw together
debilitarse, marchitar, marchitarse, mustiar, mustiarse
wither, as with a loss of moisture
amansarse, ceder, cesar, encalmarse, mitigarse, morir, parar, serenarse
become less in amount or intensity
deshinchar, deshincharse, desinflar, desinflarse
become deflated or flaccid, as by losing air
depreciar, desvalorar, desvalorizarse, devaluar
lose in value
abreviar, acortarse
become short or shorter
declinar, mermar
grow smaller
atrofiarse
undergo atrophy
atenuar
become weaker, in strength, value, or magnitude
colapsar
lose significance, effectiveness, or value
apagarse, desdibujarse, desvanecerse
become less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly
atenuar, menguar, reducir
wear off or die down
momificar, momificarse
dry up and shrivel due to complete loss of moisture
desdibujar, desdibujarse, difuminar, difuminarse, empañar, empañarse, enturbiarse, hacerse borroso, no poder distinguirse entre
become vague or indistinct
aminorar, amortiguar, atenuar, disminuir, languidecer, minorar, mitigar, rebajar, reducir
lose vigor, health, or flesh, as through grief
atemperar
make less lively or vigorous
perder intensidad
lose strength or effectiveness; become or appear boring, insipid, or tiresome (to)
aflojar, bailar, desatar, distender, laxar, liberalizar, relajar, relajarse, soltar, soltarse
become loose or looser or less tight
aflojar, aflojarse, soltar, soltarse
become looser or slack
caer, descender
go down momentarily
caer, descender
go down in value
aflojar, aflojarse, atrasar, moderar, remolonear, soltar, soltarse, zanganear
become slow or slower
atrasar, demorar, retardar
cause to proceed more slowly
encorvar, flexionar
contract
Type of:
cambiar de magnitud
change in size or magnitude

v lose vigor, health, or flesh, as through grief

v run off as waste

Synonyms:
aminorar, amortiguar, atenuar, disminuir, minorar, mitigar, rebajar, reducir
Type of:
correr, crecer, fluir, manar
move along, of liquids

v make less active or fast

Synonyms:
aflojar, moderar, soltarse
Type of:
disminuir, reducir
make smaller

v refer from one entry to another, as in catalogues, books, and lists

Synonyms:
reenviar
Type of:
aludir, citar, mencionar, nombrar
make reference to

v cause to be directed or transmitted to another place

Synonyms:
echar, enviar, expedir, mandar
Type of:
transbordar, transferir, transmitir
move from one place to another

v transfer

Synonyms:
despachar, enviar, expedir, mandar
Type of:
transbordar, transferir, transmitir
move from one place to another

v to cause or order to be taken, directed, or transmitted to another place

Synonyms:
despachar, echar, enviar, expedir, mandar
Types:
enviar por correo electrónico
send via the postal service
Type of:
canalizar, encauzar
send from one person or place to another

v cause to go somewhere

Synonyms:
despachar, echar, enviar, expedir, mandar
Types:
enviar
send or direct for treatment, information, or a decision
desviar
cause to turn away from a previous or expected course
dedicarse, empezar a trabajar
turn one's interest to
Type of:
desplazar, mover
cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense

v send or direct for treatment, information, or a decision

Synonyms:
enviar
Type of:
despachar, echar, enviar, expedir, mandar
cause to go somewhere

v send away towards a designated goal

Synonyms:
despachar, enviar
Type of:
embarcar, enviar, expedir, mandar, transportar
transport commercially

v send (money) in payment

Synonyms:
enviar
Type of:
abonar, pagar
give money, usually in exchange for goods or services

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