lessening 的 2 个定义
- to become less.
- to make less; reduce.
- Archaic. to represent as less; depreciate; disparage.
- The vaccine, which requires two shots spaced a month apart, may also lessen severity of the disease.
- It is less clear whether masks — by potentially stanching some, but not all, incoming viral particles — might also lessen the severity of illness.
- In other words, a high level of skill didn’t lessen the noise distraction.
- NBCUniversal’s Peacock is now live on RokuThese moves by streaming services ultimately hurt Roku customers, so the option to stream content from a supported device, like an iPhone, would help lessen the blow.
- Organic foods are more nutritious, having more antioxidants, and people with food allergies find their symptoms lessen if they eat only organic foods.
- The value of the slave is everyday lessening; his burden on his master daily increasing.
- Now 72, she says she has been graced with great genes and is experiencing no lessening in her energy.
- While job losses per month may be lessening, there is a stunning dearth of new job creation.
- The heat of drunkenness is the stumblingblock of the fool, lessening strength and causing wounds.
- He added that lessening clause, remembering, quite simply, how much more brilliant he was than Nigel.
- She had never seemed more precious to him and for an instant he could feel his fear lessening a little.
- Your agreeing to this will only immeasurably deepen, instead of lessening our inexpressible obligation.'
- What the result will be is uncertain; but to be thus braved by a scoundrel will be lessening the dignity of our government.