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  1. Mozragore

    deteriorate When something gets worse due to neglect or an unfortunate health problem, stuff starts to deteriorate — or fall apart. The word deteriorate describes anytime something gets worse. Due to neglect, a relationship can deteriorate but so can the American highway system.
  2. Kazimuro

    deteriorate - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums. All Free.
  3. Brakus

    The most easily deteriorated of all the moral qualities is the quality called 'conscience.' In one state of a man's mind, his conscience is the severest judge that can pass sentence on him.
  4. Bragore

    deteriorate: (dĭ-tîr′ē-ə-rāt′) v. 1. To grow worse in function or condition. 2. To weaken or disintegrate.
  5. Mor

    A small subset of fetuses with large lung lesions will become hydropic, deteriorate rapidly, and die in utero. A final word about monofilament, it does deteriorate with the passage of time and there are all sorts of technical reasons why this is so.: From here, the scene would appear to deteriorate into a C-grade psychobabble battle of the mind-readers.
  6. Zolokora

    From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English deteriorate de‧te‧ri‧o‧rate / dɪˈtɪəriəreɪt $ -ˈtɪr-/ verb [intransitive] 1 WORSE to become worse Ethel’s health has deteriorated. America’s deteriorating economy Register In everyday English, people usually say get worse rather than deteriorate.
  7. Kenris

    If the economy continues to deteriorate, it will affect the firm's future performance. Sales will decrease as economic conditions deteriorate. Working conditions in the industry continue to deteriorate. deteriorate .
  8. Mezill

    Deteriorate is defined as to make or become worse or lower in value or quality. An example of deteriorate is a child's mood going from happy to crying. An example of deteriorate is an orange going from ripe to moldy. YourDictionary definition and usage example.
  9. Tenris

    SEE SYNONYMS FOR deteriorate ON lucredsnochagiferedelipasseerep.xyzinfo verb (used with or without object), de·te·ri·o·rat·ed, de·te·ri·o·rat·ing. to make or become worse or inferior in character, quality, value, etc. to disintegrate .

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