DIMINISH, v.t. [L., to lessen; less.]1. To lessen; to make less or smaller, by any means; opposed to increase and augment; as, to diminish the size of a thing by contraction, or by cutting off a part; to diminish a number by subtraction; to diminish the revenue by limiting commerce, or reducing the customs; to diminish strength or safety; to diminish the heat of a room. It is particularly applied to bulk and quantity, as shorten is to length.2. To lessen; to impair; to degrade.I will diminish them, that they shall no more rule over the nations. Ezekiel 29.3. In music, to take from a note by a sharp, flat or natural.To diminish from, to take away something.Neither shall you diminish aught from it Deuteronomy 4.
DIMINISH, v.i. To lessen; to become or appear less or smaller. The size of an object diminishes, as we recede from it.
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