change toward something smaller or lower
a condition inferior to an earlier condition; a gradual falling off from a better state
a gradual decrease; as of stored charge or current
descent, declivity, fall, decline, declination, declension, downslope(verb)
a downward slope or bend
extraction, pin, stemma, crepuscule, parentage, dip, pedigree, gloam, bloodline, twilight, diminution, decline in quality, dec, spill, gloaming, downslope, tumble, regrets, declivity, decay, surrender, worsening, declination, descent, lineage, fall, filiation, autumn, stock, deterioration, evenfall, origin, celestial latitude, line, line of descent, downfall, declension, drop, crepuscle, nightfall, dusk, free fall, ancestry, blood, blood line, capitulation
"Conditions in the slum worsened"
refuse, reject, pass up, turn down, decline(verb)
refuse to accept
"He refused my offer of hospitality"
freeze off, reject, rule out, go down, deny, resist, worsen, winnow out, lower, correct, lour, spurn, pooh-pooh, wane, disapprove, disdain, scorn, pass up, defy, turn away, refuse, eliminate, slump, turn down
show unwillingness towards
"he declined to join the group on a hike"
decline, go down, wane(verb)
"Interest in the project waned"
"The roof declines here"
decline, slump, correct(verb)
go down in value
"the stock market corrected"; "prices slumped"
right, even out, reject, chasten, go down, adjust, refuse, slouch, objurgate, discipline, set, redress, correct, sink, rectify, worsen, even up, slide down, counterbalance, chastise, wane, compensate, sort out, even off, fall off, pass up, make up, castigate, slump, turn down
inflect for number, gender, case, etc., "in many languages, speakers decline nouns, pronouns, and adjectives"
To move downwards, to fall, to drop.
The dollar has declined rapidly since 2001.
To become weaker or worse.
My health declined in winter.
To refuse, forbear.
On reflection I think I will decline your generous offer.
To list the inflected forms of a noun, pronoun (and in some languages adjective) for case and number.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
The storm, the fever, the pain abates. Interest declines. Misfortunes may be mitigated, desires moderated, intense anger abated, population decreased, taxes reduced. We abate a nuisance, terminate a controversy, suppress a rebellion. See ALLEVIATE.
Abate in fury; abated by law.
the term in gaming ones, as slang, to make it weaker or worse
there is a nerf to the skills in-game.Submitted by rinat on August 15, 2019
a sudden increase or a sudden strong rushSubmitted by 283966 on October 22, 2019
have smaller part of its visible
waned in popularitySubmitted by acronimous on March 4, 2014
Dictionary of English Synonymes
Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words
List of paraphrases for "decline":
decrease, drop, reduction, downturn, drop-off, fall, deterioration, declining, dieback, regression, decay, reduce, decadence, recession, lower, diminution, degradation, decreased, decreasing, slowdown, retreat, refuse, lowering, contraction, reduced, demise, slump, setback, diminish, dip, down, downfall, loss, collapse
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How to use decline in a sentence?
It will be enough for now but not enough for the fourth quarter to address a decline in Iranian and Venezuelan exports, there isn't a lot of spare capacity in the world. If we lose a million bpd of output from Venezuela and Iran in the fourth quarter, where will all these barrels come from? We are in for higher prices for longer.
We had it declining by about 45%, which is crazy because we had never seen decline in that area of the market, which up until then had been growing by about 10% anually.
I don't necessarily think the wage decline is such a big deal but what it does tell you is that there is certainly no upward pressure on wages and so therefore it just signals that slack in the labor market.
It is a massive decline, we're creating a whole new underclass. And it will be totally on the margins of society with no right to pensions, maternity leave or anything.
We would expect a peak should arrive sometime in late May or June, with continuing claims falling as rehiring resumes, the speed of the decline will indicate how fast rehiring is occurring.
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- праскланя́ць, скланя́цьBelarusian
- упадък, наклонявам се надолу, склон, отказвам, скланям, влошавам се, западане, западам, спадам, влошаванеBulgarian
- declivi, declinar-se, caiguda, refusar, declinar, debilitar-seCatalan, Valencian
- skloňovat, pokles, klesat, odmítnoutCzech
- sinken, Fall, zurückgehen, Rückgang, ablehnen, abnehmen, deklinieren, Abnahme, fallen, GefälleGerman
- declinar, rechazarSpanish
- کاهش می یابدPersian
- alamäki, taivuttaa, lasku, heikentyä, heikentyminen, laskea, pudotus, heiketä, pudota, kieltäytyäFinnish
- refuser, accorderFrench
- meath, meathlú, meathlaighIrish
- claon, rach bhuaitheScottish Gaelic
- ירידה, נחלש, היחלשות, היטה, ירד, סירב, נפילה, דחהHebrew
- refizeHaitian Creole
- hanyatlik, gyengül, hanyatlásHungarian
- abnegō, declinesLatin
- afname, helling, achteruitgaan, afwijzen, afzwakken, verzwakking, verbuigen, verval, terugval, achteruitgang, afnemen, weigeren, vervallen, terugvallen, verzwakkenDutch
- deklinować, [[odmieniać]] ([[przez]] [[przypadekPolish
- declive, declinar, declínio, recusarPortuguese
- спад, склонять, упадок, уклон, ухудшение, склон, сокращение, спускRussian
- одбити, odbitiSerbo-Croatian
- medlut, utförsbacke, nedförsbackeSwedish
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