abate 的 2 个定义
- to diminish in intensity, violence, amount, etc.: The storm has abated.The pain in his shoulder finally abated.
- Law. to end; become null and void.
lessen, grow or cause to grow less
abate 的近义词 32 个
- taper off
- chill out
- cool it
- go with the flow
- hang easy
- hang loose
- lay back
- let go
- let it all hang out
- let up
- mellow out
- take it easy
abate 的反义词 18 个
- Some reforms, such as government reimbursement of telehealth consultations, may be reversed when the crisis abates.
- Targeted adjustments, elbows, needles, and electrotherapy abated the pain for a day or two at most.
- The political crisis in Ethiopia is not showing signs of abating.
- Producers say the company’s initial arrogance has abated as its strategy appears to be shifting from mobile-only unicorn to table-stakes streamer.
- That interest eventually abated as buyers stockpiled enough programming to fill their pipelines for a time.
- Some express a feeling of hopelessness and that their intractable sadness will never abate.
- That modern science has repeatedly affirmed their findings does little to abate the continuing doubt.
- Perhaps, under different circumstances, with other kinds of modern Jewish women, their anger might start to abate.
- To abate the overload, The Daily Beast created its first list of the best destinations on the Web.
- He noted that the worst of the storm had passed, and the accompanying record surge would abate with the tide.
- It is therefore our duty, sir, to protect our principal, and we cannot consent to abate one jot or tittle of our rights.
- An appeal by a member of a subordinate lodge from a vote of expulsion does not abate by his death while the appeal is pending.
- He had a vanity easily lacerated, and he was now too savage to abate the ferocity of his forensic attack.
- The Abate Ziak, both by precept and example, taught me to support my sufferings with calmness and resignation.
- We were much hurt, but we obtained as his successor the Abate Ziak, another learned and worthy divine.