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diminué

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      adj  
[personne]  
  (physiquement)    in a poor state  ,   (mentalement)    less alert
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
diminuer v.
decrease
[Bus.]

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'diminué' found in translations in English-French dictionary
adj.
diminué
adj.
diminué
past part.
diminué
v.
diminué
v.
diminuer
exp.
diminuer
v.
diminuer
[Bus.]
v.
diminuer
exp.
diminuer
v.
diminuer
"diminué": examples and translations in context
Les prix des légumes frais et des fruits frais ont diminué en février. Prices for fresh vegetables and fresh fruit were down in February.
Le nombre d'accidents ferroviaires a diminué d'un maigre 5 p. 100 de 2010 à 2011. The number of railway accidents went down by a meagre 5% from 2010 to 2011.
En Alberta, les prix ont diminué pour un troisième mois consécutif. In Alberta, prices were down for the third consecutive month.
L'indice national a diminué de 20,9 % comparativement à octobre 2000. Compared with October 2000, the national index was down 20.9%.
Les frais de la dette publique ont diminué de 1,3 milliard (6,0 %). Public debt charges were down $1.3 billion, or 6.0 per cent.
Le nombre de plaignants enregistrés a même légèrement diminué en 2000. The number of complainants registered even dropped slightly in 2000.
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